An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities)


This study aimed at finding out the effect of experimenting e-learning employment on improving the educational process for higher basic stage in the Gaza Strip's governorates from teachers' viewpoint. The study adopted the descriptive analytical approach, and the study sample consisted of (220) male and female teachers working in governmental schools in Gaza. The study tool was represented in a questionnaire for data collection purposes including (60) paragraphs. The study results revealed that the paragraph "the availability of an equipped computer lab in the school" is the most frequent in the domain of "the scope of using e-learning in the school". It also indicated that the most used pattern is "self-learning" and the most employing curriculum of e-learning is "Technology", and the most using educational level of e-learning is the "basic seventh grade". The results also revealed that the most significant positive aspect of e-learning is that "it takes into account the individual differences of students' levels". Its negative aspects, however, include "the technical malfunctions in the computer devices". In respect to the most important obstacles facing e-learning, results referred that to "the lack of qualifying and training teachers on using modern technologies in teaching". Furthermore, there were no statistically significant differences at the level of (α≤0.05) in all study variables (sex, academic qualification, study major, experience, and training courses). In light of the above results, the study recommended using e-learning in the educational process and providing schools of higher basic stage with the necessary electronic devices needed for implementing e-learning.