The Challenges of Using Technology in Vocational Education and Their Impact on Students' Achievement from the Teachers' Point of View in Ramtha District Schools in Jordan

Haitham Mustafa Mahmod Eyadat


The current article aimed to investigate the challenges of using technology in vocational education (VE). It investigated their effects on the achievement of students from the teachers' perspective in the schools in Ramtha. A sample consisting from (77) VE teachers in Ramtha, Jordan was chosen through the random method in sampling. This work used a survey. The survey that was used in this work consists of two main. The first part aims to collect personal data about the sample (i.e. gender and academic qualification). As for second part, it aims to collect data about the challenges of using technology in vocational education from the view of the sample. The researcher concluded that the severity of the challenges related to technology in teaching vocational education is moderate from the view of teachers. It was found that the most serious challenges related to the use of technology are represented mainly in the challenges related to technological applications, challenges related to school capabilities, and challenges related to curricula. It was found that there are challenges that significantly affect the students' achievements from the view of VE teachers. The researcher of the present study recommends developing the infrastructure in public schools in order to enable vocational education teachers to use technology in the teaching and training processes.

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