COVID-19 and online learning: critical insights for academic achievement


  • Soleman Mozammel
  • Umair Ahmed
  • Nawal Shakar


Academic achievement, conceptual aspects, student-content ınteraction, e-learning components.


The current study aims to underline the concept of academic achievement and how it can be enhanced particularly during extraordinary times like COVID-19. The paper sheds light on the literature underlining students being self-efficacious to boost their academic outcomes. Drawing from this, the authors recommend that individuals can boost their academic achievement through enhancing their I.T self-efficacy to harness academic achievement during the COVID-19 period. The conceptual framework of the current study also proposes to focus on the acute role of teachers in this regard. The study proposes that teacher`s achievement goals for their students can also be instrumental in furthering students` academic achievement. Based on the literature's critical appraisal, the current study proposes and forwards the time framework for aspiring scholars in the domain to investigate across the education sector.




How to Cite

Soleman Mozammel, Umair Ahmed, & Nawal Shakar. (2023). COVID-19 and online learning: critical insights for academic achievement. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 1452–1457. Retrieved from