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|The level of evaluating the management of blended education programs in public schools in Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate and ways to activate it from the point of view of teachers and principals.
|Iman Mahmoud Mohammed Qassem
إيمان محمود محمد قاسم
|evaluation, program management, blended education, Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate.
تقويم، إدارة البرامج، التعليم المدمج، محافظة رام الله والبيرة
|جامعة القدس المفتوحة/Al-Quds Open University
|The study aimed to identify the level of evaluation of the management of blended education programs in public schools in Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate from the point of view of teachers and school principals according to the variables: (gender, educational qualification), (years of experience, specialization), (school location, and number of computer courses), and the interaction between them. The researcher used the two approaches (qualitative and descriptive), and the study population consisted of all teachers and school principals in the Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate, and their number was (4212) teachers and principals. The study scales were applied to a stratified random sample, and two scales were used for the study: the first, which is an inventory tool to reveal the reality of blended education, and it consists of three parts describing the components of the blended learning environment (the traditional environment, the electronic environment, and the ministry portal), and its validity and stability were verified. The overall stability is (0.92), and this scale was equally applied to (80) teachers and principals. The second scale is a questionnaire consisting of three dimensions (the administrative dimension, the academic dimension, and the service dimension), and its validity and reliability have been confirmed, where the total stability coefficient ranged (0.97), and this scale was applied to (386) teachers, by distributing the first scale (the inventory card), collecting and analyzing it using the statistical package (SPSS) program. Its results showed that the arithmetic mean of the estimates of the study sample on the reality of blended education was average; Where it reached (2.00), with a percentage of (66.6), and the standard deviation was less than (1). The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences in the reality of blended education in public schools in Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate from the point of view of teachers and school principals due to the job variable except the scope of the components of the Ministry's portal for the benefit of the teacher. As for the questionnaire, it was distributed, data was collected and analyzed using the Statistical Package (SPSS) program. Its results showed that the arithmetic mean at the level of the evaluation level of the management of blended learning programs was (3.54), with a percentage of (70.8), and with an average rating. The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences on the scale of evaluation of the management of blended education programs due to the variables (sex, educational qualification) and the interaction between them. While it was found that there were statistically significant differences due to the interaction variable between years of experience and specialization in favor of the humanities major and less than (5) years of experience. The results showed that there were no statistically significant differences on the scale due to the variable (school location, number of computer courses), and the interaction between them. In light of the results, the researcher recommends a set of proposals most notably spreading awareness about blended education, developing a plan on the mechanisms of implementation, follow-up evaluation and providing feedback, preparing the appropriate infrastructure, and conducting further studies on these programs
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