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Title: تقويم كتاب كيمياء الصف الثالث الثانوي من وجهة نظر المعلمين
Authors: ليلى أحمد جادين الزمزمي
Keywords: المناهج
طرق التدريس
التقويم التربوي
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كليـــــة التربيــــة
Abstract: The aim of this study is to evaluate (grade three secondary school) chemistry textbook as viewed by teachers. The researcher followed the descriptive method using a questionnaire to collect data from (46) chemistry teachers, representing a population of (97) teachers. The researcher used (Spss) statistical package for social sciences for analysis of data. Analysis of the data revealed the following conclusions: 1. The chemistry textbook for grade three secondary school achieves the objectives to a reasonable degree as seen by the subjects. 2. The contents of the book achieve, at medium level, the overall objectives of chemistry teaching in secondary schools as judged by subjects. 3. The adopted teaching methods used in teaching the chemistry syllabus achieve the goals at a medium level performance as viewed by the subjects. 4. Educational aids and activities of the chemistry textbook don't meet the course needs adequately. 5. Educational evaluation methodology used achieves reasonably the prescribed goals. Based on the result of this study the researcher submits the following recommendations: 1. The contents of the book should be revised thoroughly to suit adequately the objectives of the syllabus. 2. Chemistry teachers should be trained properly in modern teaching methods for effective performance. 3. Secondary schools should be provided with equipped laboratories and other sufficient teaching facilities. 4. Teachers and supervisors should be involved in the revision of the chemistry textbook to ensure the fulfillment of the objectives of teaching chemistry in secondary schools.
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