Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 4   Area: Education

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Khalfan Bin Salem Bin Abdullah AL-KAHALI, Matar Bin Salem Bin Muslim AL-RIYAMI

THE DEGREE OF EFFECTIVENESS OF E-TRAINING IN THE USE OF TEACHERS OF BASIC EDUCATION SCHOOLS OF EDUCATIONAL PLATFORMS FROM THEIR POINT OF VIEW IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The study aimed to reveal the degree of effectiveness of e-training in the use of teachers of basic education schools of educational platforms from their point of view in light of the covid-9 pandemic. The study sample consisted of (200) teachers, including (100) teachers, and(100) female teachers, and a questionnaire was applied that included (40) paragraphs, distributed in four dimensions: the first dimension: planning E-Training remotely to use educational platforms and includes (10) paragraphs, the second dimension: the implementation of e-training remotely to use educational platforms and includes (10) paragraphs, the third dimension: skills and knowledge gained from e-training remotely and includes (10) paragraphs. The fourth dimension: evaluation of the effectiveness of electronic distance training on the use of educational platforms (10) paragraphs. The results of the study showed that the average overall score of the degree of effectiveness of e-training in the use of teachers of basic education schools of educational platforms from their point of view in the light of the covid-19 pandemic on all dimensions of the study(3.66), i.e. a high degree, as well as revealed the absence of significant differences the degree of effectiveness of e-training in the use of teachers of basic education schools of educational platforms from their point of view in the light of the covid-19 pandemic, depending on the gender variable and the educational platform. The study recommended studying the quality standards of training programs through electronic platforms as a gateway to develop them and activate their potential.

Keywords: E-Training Educational Platforms.

http: //dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.15.20


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