The study aimed to identify the role of electronic displays in developing values of citizenship among secondary school students in KSA. The semi-experimental curriculum was used. The sample consisted of (484) secondary female students at two girls' schools in Department of Education in Qassim Region, in the second semester of 2016/2017, they were divided into two experimental groups by a suggested model for electronic displays to meet the study aim, while the control group was not exposed to. Pre and post scales were applied to identify awareness of those values for each group. The results showed a high role for educational electronic displays in developing values of citizenship among high school students in KSA schools, and there were no statistical significant differences at the significance level (α=0.05) in the role of displays according to educational level. Therefore, the researchers recommended activating those displays in schools due to their positive impact on developing citizenship among female students.
Al-Anzi, Sheyma Salem; Al karasneh, Samih; and Tawalbah, Hadi Mohammed
"School electronic screens and their role in promoting the values of citizenship: a field study,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 7
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol7/iss13/2