The researcher assessed the professional diploma in the teaching program at one of the institutions in the United Arab Emirates from the students’ perspectives in this study. To reach the desired results, the researcher utilized the descriptive-analytical approach. The data was gathered using a questionnaire with 39 items divided into four sections: program objectives, program contents, program outputs, and the teaching and learning process. The questionnaire was distributed to 271 male and female students in the 2018/2019 academic year program. According to research findings, students rated the curriculum highly in all areas. There have been no significant disparities between the four components assessments. Gender, specialization, years of experience, and educational level are unaffected. The outcomes of this study will add to the body of information, allowing for a better understanding of the features and behaviors of diplomas in teaching program execution in various nations.
Alkhasawneh, T. and J. AlMahdawi, A.
"Evaluation of the Professional Diploma in Teaching Program by Students in Universities. A Case Study of UAE,"
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