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Title

Obstacles to Using Interactive Whiteboards for Teachers of Students with Learning Disabilities

Author

Amani A. ALQurashi, and Nawal A. Aboalola

Citation

Vol. 22  No. 9  pp. 348-352

Abstract

This study aims to identify the obstacles to using interactive whiteboards for teachers of students with learning disabilities (LDs) in the Makkah region and to delineate any differences in the levels of these obstacles that can be attributed to the study variables: teachers’ gender, academic qualifications, age, and years of experience. The researchers applied the descriptive survey approach to a sample of 123 teachers of LD students. To analyze the results, frequencies, averages, standard deviations, and relative weights were calculated. The results of the study indicated that the levels of the obstacles to using interactive whiteboards for teachers of LD students were moderate. No statistically significant differences in the levels of these obstacles were related to the variables of gender or age, whereas significant differences were found based on academic qualifications and years of experience.

Keywords

Obstacles, Learning Disabilities, Interactive Whiteboard, Teachers

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202209/20220946.pdf