The study aimed to know the attitudes of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan towards employing blended learning in university courses. The researcher followed the descriptive survey method. The study population consisted of 400 male and female third-year students at the Faculty of Medicine. The study sample consisted of 148 male and female students, who were chosen in a simple random way. The study tool was represented by the researcher’s questionnaire, relying on a number of relevant educational studies and research. The questionnaire included 33 items after verifying their credibility and reliability. The study was applied and the necessary statistical analyses were conducted, which showed positive students’ attitudes towards employing the blended learning strategy in teaching university courses. The study results also showed no statistically significant difference at the level of significance a ≤ 0.05 in students’ attitudes towards employing blended learning attributable to the variable of the secondary certificate source or the variable type of university admission. The study recommended emphasizing the importance of expanding blended learning because of its positive impact on the educational learning process.
Hawwash, Dalal Mustafa
"Attitudes of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan Towards Employing Blended Learning in Teaching University Courses,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 9
, Article 13.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol9/iss15/13