Evaluation of Practical Courses from the Perspective of Students of Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality in the University of Jordan, Aqaba Branch

Rami Muneer Mahmoud

Abstract


Practical programs are considered essential in universities and institutions specialized in tourism and hospitality. This study aimed at evaluating the practical program from the perspective of students of Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality, the University of Jordan. The study focused on four subscales to recognize the variations in program efficiency degree in respect with supervision, evaluation, possibilities and organization. In this study, (80) students, who have finished their training course, have participated in answering a questionnaire consisted of (27) paragraphs. The Study findings showed that all pivots have received a high degree of efficiency. It has been shown that it is necessary for the Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality in the University of Jordan to ensure that the trainer is using modern teaching methods and techniques. Also, the Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality in University of Jordan should provide equipped laboratories for several practical applications with adequate space that suits the students. Also, it should provide education and explanation methods in the Faculty (video, books on Tourism and Hospitality, and tapes.)


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v6i2.5189

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