This study aims at identifying the compatibility of the environment of school science laboratories with the skills of knowledge economy, and the study relied on the descriptive approach, where the questionnaire was used to collect data and included four filed, namely: creativity and thinking, problem-solving, effectiveness of the laboratory environment, and the provision of possibilities and communication technology, where the honesty and reliability of questionnaire have been verified. The sample of the study consisted of (228) supervisors of science laboratories in the 1st Irbid educational Directorate schools. The results showed that the environment of school science laboratories corresponds to the knowledge economy skills have a high degree in all fields, most notably for creativity and thinking followed by the provision of possibilities and information technology and then the effectiveness of the laboratory environment and finally problem-solving. The results also indicated that there were no significant differences in the estimates of the supervisors of science laboratories on the compatibility of the environment of school science laboratories with the knowledge economy skills in all fields and estimates as a whole due to the variables of gender, experience, and educational qualification. The study recommended the need to prepare science laboratories and provide the laboratory environment for the possibility of re-experiment more than once to confirm the information and the formation of knowledge.
"The compatibility of the school science laboratories environment with the knowledge economy skills in the 1st Irbid educational directorate schools,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 36:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol36/iss1/7