International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 5 Area: Education

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lubna NASRALLAH & Mirvat ABU ASABBIGBARIEH
ATTITUDES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHES IN EAST JERUSALEM TOWARDS EMPLOYING ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES IN TEACHING
 
The study aimed to identify the attitudes of secondary school teachers in East Jerusalem towards employing alternative assessment strategies in teaching, according to gender variables, years of service, educational material, and the classes they teach. In order to verify the objectives of the study, the researchers used the descriptive analytical approach by adopting a questionnaire (Bani Khalaf, 2019) with some modifications to be made in line with the current study, and the number of its paragraphs reached (32) paragraphs distributed over three areas. The questionnaire was applied to a sample of (143) teachers male and female, from the study community consisting of (780) male and female teachers. The results of the study concluded that the attitudes of secondary school teachers in East Jerusalem towards employing alternative assessment strategies were positive and to a large extent, with the overall tool obtaining an arithmetic mean of (3.74), as well as the presence of statistically significant differences due to gender variables, years of service, educational material, and grades that were taught. The results showed positive statistical differences in favor of females with the variable of gender and for those with longer experience among teachers of the twelfth grade, The results showed positive statistical differences in favor of females with the variable of gender and for those with longer experience among teachers of the twelfth grade and in favor of teachers of other subjects over teachers of science, mathematics and languages.

Keywords: Attitudes, High Schools In East Jerusalem, Alternative Assessment Strategies.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.5-3.5
 
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