This study aimed to identify the level of Al- Quds Open University(QOU) expert skills faculty members behavior and it’s effect on practicing thedistance learning competencies, in light of the vaiarbels: Gender, experience,types of employment, number of published research, educational qulification,and specialization. To achieve the purpose of this study the Romiszowskiscale have been applied to measure the novice and expert skills teachers’behavior on a sample which consisted at (197) males and females from QOUfaculty members. The results reaveled that the QOU teachers’ on expert skillsbehavior was in a strong level (3.17) , and the most five effective expert skillsbehavior in arrangement were: Observing the students responses, observingthe students motions, curiosity, sight the relationships between the situationelements, and discriminating the various stimuluses. But the less five effectiveexpert skills behavior in arrangement were: Attribution the failure to outsideconditions, security sense on facing the profession stress, preparation thealternatives related to the task, practicing the work in relaxation way, andstoring the knowledgment and recall it. Also results showed that there weresignificant differences in study subjects scores in practicing the distancelearning competencies in the following domains: Personal, social and Elearningdue to the expert skills behavior in favor of the high level teachers’skills, while there were no significant differences in study subjects scoresin academic domain. Also results revealed also that there were significantdifferences in study subjects scores in expert skills behavior due to viarbelsin arrangement: Educational qualification, types of employment, number ofpublished research, and specialization in favor of Ph.D grades, full- timeteachers, high number of published research, and education and social servicespecializations, but there were no significant differences in study subjectsscores in expert skills behavior due to Gender, and experience variables
Barakat Ghanem, Ziyad Amin Said
"The Developed Behavioral Skills of Faculty members at Al- Quds Open University and their Effect on Practicing the Distance Learning Competencies,,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol3/iss5/6