This study aims to reveal the level of availability of the use of computerskills in teaching mathematics among teachers at UNRWA basic elementaryschools in Gaza Strip. The researcher used a questionnaire which consistsof (38) items distributed into two domains: Basics in computer and Internet,and computer applications in teaching Mathematics. The questionnairewas distributed to a randomly selected sample of (208) teachers. The studyfindings revealed moderate availability of teachers' use of computer skills inteaching mathematics in general as well as a moderate level of availabilityin the first domain skills. However, teachers' competencies level in thesecond domain of the skills was low. The findings also showed statisticallysignificant differences between the level of teachers who were trained infavor of teachers holding bachelor and master degrees in comparison to thoseholding diplomas. The study also found statistically significant differencesattributed to the variable of attendance of training courses in favor of thosewho attended training courses. In addition, there were statistically significantdifferences between teachers of (1- 5) years of experience and those withmore than (10) years of experience in favor of the first group.
Al-Astal, Ibrahim Hamed
"The Level of Computer Skills Possessed by Elementary Level Mathematics Teachers at UNRWA Schools in Gaza for The Purpose Of teaching from their Perspective,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 2:
8, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol2/iss8/11