The Degree of Educational Supervisors' Use of Information and Communication Technology in Teachers' Training Programs in Jordan and the Difficulties that they encounter as Perceived by Teachers

Mohammad Hasan Hamadat

Abstract


This study aimed to examine educational supervisors' use degree for communication and information technologies in teachers' training programs and the difficulties they face from teachers' perceptive. A stratified random sample consisting of (368) teachers was used. A (55) item questionnaire was used to collect data. Both reliability and validity were established for this instrument. The study indicated moderate use degree of communication and information technologies by educational supervisors in teachers' training programs. No significant differences at (α =0.05) were found due to gender, specialization and experience. The most moderate degrees of difficulties facing educational supervisor use of communication and information technologies in teachers' training programs. The study recommends the necessity for organizing training programs for both educational supervisors and teachers concerning the optimal uses for communication and information technologies in schooling, more attention to material support provided to pay for Internet bills and paying the fees required to sign in specific programs available online.

Keywords


Educational Supervisors, Communication and Information Technologies, Communication and Information Technologies Related Difficulties, Teachers Training Programs.

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