The study aimed at identifying the views of teachers in the public schools of Aleppo, Syria, on the role of educational technology in meeting the requirements of continual development. The researcher followed a descriptive-analytical research methodology and used a questionnaire that included two parts. The first part involved twenty items on the use of educational technology in teaching, whereas the second involved seventeen items on the role of educational technology in meeting the requirements of continual development. After insuring the reliability and validity of the research instrument, it was applied on a sample of one hundred teachers in six public schools. Results of the study showed that 93% of the teachers had positive attitudes towards the use of educational technology in teaching, 90% pointed out its important role in improving self-learning and continual development. However, there were no statistically significant differences in the responses of males and females. As for the obstacles of using educational technology, 70% indicated that inservice teacher training courses were inadequate, and 53% complained about the lack of educational technology equipment and devices in the classroom
Qasim, Muhammad and Houry, Aisha
"The role of educational technology in meeting the requirements of sustainable development from the teachers' own point of view,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 16
, Article 4.
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