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Received: 30 March 2021                    Accepted: 16 May 2021                          Published: 03 June 2021

 10.22034/JHI.2021.258269.1016                                                                     XML Files


The purpose of this article is to investigate the level of satisfaction of physical education students with holding practical courses online during the COVID-19 era. For this systematic review research, the titles, and abstracts of scientific resources available in the electronic database of PubMed and Google Scholar were searched in English and Persian without any time limit. First, the titles and abstracts of the sources searched were reviewed by two researchers and in cases where there was disagreement, the researchers decided to enter or not to enter the sources into systematic review process in consultation with each other. Students say some of our courses are practical and require face-to-face work, practice, and field research. These units are not taught with an online class. In my opinion, after the reopening of universities, practical classes should be given priority, and e-learning should be limited to theory courses. Unfortunately, in most Iranian universities, since the introduction of the coronavirus, all university courses, including practical courses in the field of physical education, have been taught virtually, which is fundamentally wrong because common sense says you will not learn to swim. As a result, according to any case, until the physical education student attends the practical class and sports salts, he has not learned the main content of the lesson and it is only a homework assignment.