Availability of E-Learning Skills for Teachers of Geography at Secondary Level in Palestine
This research aims to identify the cognitive, technical and practical skills of e-learning, to the teachers of geography at the secondary level in Gaza Strip. The researcher has used the descriptive analytical method to collect and analyze the data, and prepared a questionnaire consisting of (33) paragraphs distributed over (3) fields. Verity and stability of the questionnaire were verified. The sample of the study consisted all of the teachers of geography (66) teachers in the teaching departments of East and West Gaza. The arithmetic, relative weight, correlation coefficient, (T) test for two independent samples, and the one-way analysis of variance were used. The results of the study showed the availability of the cognitive, technical and applied skills of e-learning knowledge, to a large extent, with an arithmetic of: 3.792, 3.2135 and 3.322 for skills, respectively. There were no statistically significant (0.05=α) differences at the level of significance attributed to gender variables and years of service. The study recommended the inclusion of the cognitive, technical and practical skills of e-learning in the geography curriculum for the secondary level, and training the teachers of geography on training programs to improve their electronic technical skills, and focus on the practical application of the basics of e-learning.
"Availability of E-Learning Skills for Teachers of Geography at Secondary Level in Palestine,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 33:
9, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol33/iss9/3