The Extent to Which e-Learning is Being Utilized in Teaching the Islamic Education Curriculum in Ma'an Governorate Schools as Viewed by the Teachers

Baker Mawajdeh, Eyad Garalleh, Ahmad Al Khattab, Mansour Talhouni, Abdullah Mara’yeh


This study aimed at revealing the extent to which e-learning is used in teaching the Islamic Education curriculum in the schools of Ma'an Governorate from the teachers' point of view. In order to achieve this, the researchers developed a questionnaire consisting of (20) items. The validity and reliability of the questionnaire were verified, which reached (0.86%). The study sample consisted of (70) male and female teachers. The descriptive survey method was used in order to achieve the objectives of the study. To answer the questions of the study, the arithmetic averages, standard deviations, one-way ANOVA and Scheffe test were calculated. The results showed that the most important teachers’ estimates of the extent to which e-learning is used in teaching the Islamic education curriculum in schools of Ma’an Governorate were as follows in descending order: the reasons for poor usage of e-learning, the availability of e-learning, the ability to choose appropriate e-learning methods, and the reality of using e-learning. Moreover, the results showed that there were no statistically significant differences attributed to the variables of gender and educational qualification. The results also showed the presence of statistically significant differences attributed to the variable of work experience in favor of the group of more than (14) years, in the field of reasons for poor usage of e-learning. The study recommended the necessity of conducting training workshops for new teachers, and providing the necessary infrastructure in the field of e-learning in all schools.

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World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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