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Title: تقويم منهج فيزياء الصف الأول الثانوي من وجهة نظر المعلمين بمحلية الخرطوم
Authors: عاطفة عبد الرحمن علي إسماعيل
Keywords: التربية
طرق التدريس
منهج فيزياء
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية التربية - قسم المناهج وطرق التدريس
Abstract: This study dealt with the curriculum of physics for the first year secondary school, being an evaluation to identify its strengths and weaknesses from the point of view of teachers in Khartoum Locality . The researcher followed the descriptive analytical method. The study population consists of (102) teachers of physics in Khartoum Locality . The sample of the study was (36) subjects which were randomly selected. After analyzing the data, the researcher came out with the following conclusions as viewed by he subjects: 1- The content of physics of first year secondary school does not achieve sufficiently the objectives of physics teaching due to the following : A- Lack of equipment and materials in laboratories. B- Use of ineffective teaching methods. C- Scientific laws are not presented within the context of "sunnat Allah” in the universe . D- Insufficient educational means and activities. E- Lack of comprehensive evaluation system up to the required standard . Based on the these conclusions, the researcher presents the following recommendations to address the shortcomings revealed by the study: A- The textbook should be revised and supported by equipped laboratories. B- Training teachers to use modern teaching methods. C- Islamic heritage in science should be consulted when the curriculum is revised. D- Evaluation techniques should address all aspects of the objectives of physics teaching. E- Preparation of a teacher's guide to assist in teaching the curriculum.
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