STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH ONLINE TEACHING METHODS IN THE SITUATION OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
The purpose of this study was to study factors affecting student satisfaction with online teaching methods in the situation of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The sample consisted of 400 students from Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, using stratified random sampling method. The questionnaire is a tool for collecting data. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, including frequency distribution, percentage, mean and standard deviation, and hypothesis testing used simple regression analysis. The study found that students are satisfied with the university's online teaching methods in the situation of the COVID-19 Pandemic, overall average was at a high level. The aspect that was most satisfied was the attitude of students towards online learning, while the least satisfaction aspect was measurement and evaluation. In addition, the results of the hypothesis testing revealed that the factors affecting satisfaction with online teaching management were attitude of students towards online learning, teaching behavior, and the readiness of media/technology with a statistical significance of 0.05. While the measurement and evaluation aspect had no influence on satisfaction with online teaching management in the situation of the COVID-19 Pandemic.