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Title

Investigating Islamic Studies Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Utilizing Virtual Learning Environment in Distance Teaching among Primary Stage Pupils

Author

Dr. Osama Mohamed Ahmed Salem, Mr. Mohammed bin Muthayb Al-Baqami,

Citation

Vol. 23  No. 2  pp. 152-163

Abstract

This research aimed at investigating Islamic Studies teachers’ attitudes towards utilizing virtual learning environment in distance teaching among primary stage pupils. It also aimed at determining the statistical differences among variables due to sex, educational qualification, number of years of experience, and training sessions. This research adopted the descriptive approach. The sample consisted of male and female primary teachers of Islamic Studies (N=250) in governmental schools in Taif. The questionnaire was used as a main research tool. It included (20) items. Results showed that Islamic Studies teachers’ attitudes towards utilizing virtual learning environment in distance teaching among primary stage pupils were ranked to a medium degree. There was a statistically significant difference among primary Islamic Studies teachers’ attitudes due to sex variable. It was recommended to adopt more training sessions and seminars for adopting the idea of utilizing virtual learning environments among Islamic Studies teachers at boys’ and girls’ school in Mecca through emphasizing its significance and benefits in Teaching.

Keywords

Islamic Studies teachers, attitude, virtual learning environment, Distance Teaching, Primary Stage.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202302/20230217.pdf