The current study aims to identify the attitudes of the faculty members of the University of Tabuk on teaching a computer science diploma in the English language for deaf students, the study sample included all faculty members (female males) in the Department of Computer Science at the College of Community, Tabuk University, who taught the deaf to the diploma program, The study sample reached (18) of the members divided (9) from males, (9) females, and the researchers used a measure of trends, and the results resulted in the absence of statistically significant differences between the average scores of male and female faculty members in their attitudes towards teaching the deaf With a diploma in Computer Science in the English language, the results showed the directions of the study sample from faculty members about teaching a diploma in Computer Science in the English language for the deaf, The results also showed the relationship of statistical significance between the average scores of faculty members on the scale of the trend towards teaching deaf students with a diploma in Computer Science in the English language due to some variables (scientific rank, years of experience, scientific specialization and training courses).
Zedan Zaien, Sahar and Mohammed Habbash, Manssour
"Attitudes of Faculty Members at Tabuk University on Teaching Computer Science Diploma In English for Deaf Students,"
Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط: Vol. 36
, Article 3.
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