The data obtained from the study were made into a booklet by developing suggestions for teachers’ lesson processing and conveyed to school administrators and teachers.
While 47.8 percent of the students who regularly attend classes said “I learn online,” 20 percent of the students who sometimes attend classes answered “I learn online”. 38.7 percent of the students with a quiet home environment spent the lesson process more efficiently, 61.1 percent stated that they learned better in face-to-face lessons at school than in distance education. In the booklet, which indicates that the rate of students who learn from online lessons decreases as the grade level increases, it was stated that 52.3 percent of primary school students, 42.8 percent of middle school students, and 21. 3 percent of high school students said that they learned from online courses.
On the other hand, it was stated that the rate of students who said that they learned in some courses but not in some courses increased as the grade level increased. 43.4 percent of primary school students, 50.6 percent of middle school students, and 62.3 percent of high school students noted that they learned in some lessons but could not learn in some lessons. The rate of students who state that they can concentrate in lessons is only 26 percent.2.