Psychological Behavioral Changes in School Going Children during Online Classes in Covid Lockdown


Authors : Dr. M K Sharma; Meeta Joshi

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7076568

In the Year 2019 , corona virus pandemic effected the way of learning and schooling of themajority of population of school going children . During Covid time lots of psychological effects identified among children and most of them were negative . There are very few research carried out to check impact of psychological effects during online study . The present paper aimed to find and compare the some very important psychological and behavioral changes associated with lockdown effects on children from three district of Uttarakhand (Nainital , Almora and Udhamsingh Nagar) . Parents of 480 children and school going children including boys and girls participated in the study. An online survey using Google forms and l sampling techniques was conducted during 25 days between March and April 2020, representing the early phase of the lockdown period because of COVID. Parents and children asked to answer questionnairesabout general information , changed reading and learning habits , some important psychological responses like anxiety, change in mood, sleeping , change in food habits . Massive use of mobile screens, disturbed physical activity, and lack of playing sports before and during the lockdown .

Keywords : COVID-19, Psychological Symptoms, Behavioral Symptoms, Child Habits, Housing Conditions, Online Learning

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