International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 13 - Issue 1 (10) | PP: 155 - 171 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2024.13.1.10
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Attitudes of Teachers in the Cycle one Basic Education Schools in the Sultanate of Oman Towards Employing Electronic Tests in Educational Platforms and their Obstacles

Hamed bin Mohammed Al-Tobi ,
Mohammed Yusuf Mai
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
12/10/2023 19/10/2023 30/10/2023 28/2/2024
Abstract
Objectives: The study aimed to identify the trends of female teachers in cycle one basic education schools in the Muscat and Al-Dakhiliyah governorates in the Sultanate of Oman towards employing electronic tests in educational platforms. It also aimed to explore the obstacles that prevent the teachers from employing this type of tests as well as identifying the impact of the variables (educational governorate, specialization) on the attitudes and the obstacles. Methods: To achieve the objectives of the study, the researchers used the descriptive method because of its suitability for the study. They have developed a questionnaire, consisting of (20) statements, which was applied to (751) randomly selected members of the study population. Results: The results showed that there were high positive trends with an arithmetic average of 3.4537 among the study sample. It also showed that the level of obstacles was high and with an arithmetic average (4.0795). In addition, the results indicated that there were no statistically significant differences due to the variables of specialization and governorate. Conclusions: The study recommended the necessity to provide all technology equipment to enable the teachers to use electronic tests in educational platforms effectively.


How To Cite This Article
Al-Tobi , H. b. M.& Mai , M. Y. (2024). Attitudes of Teachers in the Cycle one Basic Education Schools in the Sultanate of Oman Towards Employing Electronic Tests in Educational Platforms and their Obstacles. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 13 (1), 155-171, https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2024.13.1.10

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