The Reality of Using Electronic Learning Applications in Education by the Science Teachers in the Schools of A-Tafilah Governorate

Nusaibah Muhmmad Al-Muhasen

Abstract


This study addressed the reality of using e-learning applications in teaching science at Tafila schools. It also sought to identify the attitudes of science teachers at Tafila schools towards e-learning applications and the obstacles they encounter when using them. The study employed a descriptive methodology to achieve its objectives. The sample consists of (197) teachers from public schools in Tafila Directorate of Education. The findings of the study showed that the majority of the sample members sufficiently use e-learning applications despite their weak or negative attitudes towards them. No statistical difference was found in the teachers application of e- learning Attributable to teachers gender, teacher experience and education. In additional, The study found that the lack of personal computers at schools was considered the major obstacle teachers face. Accordingly, the study recommended offering more financial and spiritual incentives to teachers, increasing the financial support devoted to e-learning and staffing schools with technicians as well as computer experts to help teachers use e-learning applications.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v7i4.11556

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