International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 11 - Issue 2 (11) | PP: 437 - 448 Language : English

Evaluation Patterns and Assessment Tools of E-Learning for High School Students in Palestine: Solutions and Suggestions

Hadeel Mohammad Ashour
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
10/11/2021 23/11/2021 17/1/2021 21/4/2022
Evaluation for E-learning was and is still a problem for many educators and lecturers in universities and even schools in Palestine especially nowadays after COVID-19. Based on this fact, the current study aimed at diagnosing the validity of the E- learning assessment tools applied by the ministry of education in secondary schools and also developing new E- learning evaluation tools for assessing students' learning at the secondary schools in Palestine from teachers, supervisors and university lecturers' points of view. The research followed a descriptive analytic research method in order not only describing the problem under investigation, but also providing numerical data that identify the extent to which the sample agree on the items exposed. To achieve the aim of the study, the researcher distributed a questionnaire for surveying the points' of view of (40) teachers, supervisors regarding the E-learning evaluation tools applied lately in high schools in Palestine throughout the pandemic and then a semi structured interview conducted with(5) supervisors and university lecturers for giving solutions and suggestions concerning the best E- learning assessment tools that can be used for evaluating the E-learning process from their points of view. SPSS package was used to validate tools and analyze data. The results showed that only 59.6% believed that "The ministry mechanism for E-learning was clear". Moreover, only 15.9 % agreed that this mechanism was efficient. In fact, the results showed that this mechanism encountered many obstacles during its implementation. It was found that only 21.7 % agreed that "E-learning evaluation mechanism was completely free from any obstacles during the implementation process." Based on the results, the researcher recommended the ministry of education to approve standardizing electronic exams and deciding about firm procedures to be used with those who are non-committed, make a deal with tele-communication companies to restrict the search ability via google throughout exams times, and connect students' emails with Rawafed G-suit in order not to allow students to join the exams with unreal emails. Also, teachers were recommended to prepare questions that measure the high level of thinking.

How To Cite This Article
Ashour , H. M. (2022). Evaluation Patterns and Assessment Tools of E-Learning for High School Students in Palestine: Solutions and Suggestions . International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 11 (2), 437-448, 10.31559/EPS2022.11.2.11

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