International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Education

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Jafar Muhammad Aref JARADAT & Fawqia Muhammad Aref JARADAT
ONLINE EXAM ANXIETY IN BLENDED LEARNING PROCESS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PALESTINE (HITTEEN PRIMARY SCHOOL AS A SAMPLE)
 
This study aims at identifying the level of anxiety from online examination in the blended learning for middle stage studants in Palestine " Hitten primary school as a study case" . This sample consists of 272 students from this school chosen simply and randomly based on ascale of online examination anxiety prepared by Mr.Atiyya Abu Al-sheikh . Some significant results came out from this study: First, there is a big level of anxiety when sitting for online exams during the process of blended learning. Second, there is statistical significance when considering the class variable . Thirdly, it is noticed that there is also statistical significance when considering the device used. Some necessary recommendations are given and the most important one is to adopt a councelling supporting blended program to reduce the level of stress and anxiety.

Keywords: Anxiety, Online Exam Anxiety, Blended Learning, Primary School.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.1
 
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