Obstacles of E-Learning in the Jordanian Secondary Schools from the Perspective of the Teachers in Amman Fifth Directorate of Education

Mallouh Mfadi AL_Slaihatt, Madher Attiat

Abstract


This study aimed to reveal the obstacles in using e-learning in the curriculum of the Jordanian ministry of education on the electronic website of the ministry from the teachers of secondary level through answering the following two questions:

  1. What are the obstacles of e-learning in the Ministry of education inJordanfrom the perspective of the teachers of the secondary level?
  2. Are there significant differences at the level of significant (a=0.05) attributed the variables; sex, specialization and experience?

And to achieve the objectives of the study, a random sample consisted of 201 teachers of the secondary level was selected and a questionnaire which consisted of 30 items was developed and its validity and reliability were achieved. The results of the study indicated that the field of technical and administrative came in first rank with a moderated level while the field of obstacles regarding the teacher came in the second rank with a moderate level. And the technical and the administrative obstacles varied according to variables: sex, specialization in favor to the females and the scientific subjects respectively whereas there was no significance to the experience variable. So based on these results, the study recommended the necessity of overcoming the obstacles facing e-learning which this study and others revealed and working on developing the infrastructure that supported using e-learning. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v5i4.3720

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