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Title: (مقرر الحاسوب فى المدارس الثانوية - الصف الأول- ولاية الخرطوم – محلية الخرطوم –وحدة الشهداء نموذجاً) "دراسة تقويمية"
Authors: ناهد عوض الحسين علي حمود
Keywords: المناهج
طرق التدريس
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية -عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية التربية - قسم المناهج وطرق التدريس
Abstract: This research deals with the first class of secondary school syllabus in Sudan_Khartoum state –Alshohada locality as a modal 2014(evaluation study). The research aims to address important aspects associated with the process of education and the achievement of the objectives of the syllabus of the computer for the first class of secondary school in Sudan with the overall objectives of the secondary stage . The researcher used the descriptive method that fits this research, the questionnaire was also used to collect data and information and the research community is represented in administrators and teachers of the secondary stage schools in Khartoum state_ALshohada locality as a modal. The percentage was used to analyze and discuss the data and this research contains five chapters. The researcher has reached to a number of results , including: 1. The insertion of computers in the field of education as an urgent need imposed by the economic conditions experienced by Sudan currently . 2. Computer Book goals for first class of secondary school in Sudan are connected with the general objectives of the secondary stage. . 3. Students gain many skills , experience and a lot of information appropriated to their levels . Because of these results the study has recommended the following: 1. Building computer labs in secondary schools . 2. Consider computer subject as a major subject within the curriculum of other education at all stages and levels of education.
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