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Attitudes of Jordanian Private School Teachers Towards Virtual Education

The study aimed to identify the attitudes of Jordanian private school teachers towards virtual education and its relationship to their educational performance. The descriptive survey method was used in the current study, and the questionnaire was applied as a tool for collecting information. The study sample consisted of (250) special education teachers. The results showed that the attitudes of special education teachers towards virtual education were moderate. The results also showed that there were statistically significant differences in the attitudes of special education teachers due to the educational qualification variable. Years of experience, number of training courses, to an average degree.

Attitudes, Private School, Virtual Education

APA Style

Al-Baher, I. A. (2024). Attitudes of Jordanian Private School Teachers Towards Virtual Education. International Journal of Education, Culture and Society, 9(1), 36-48. https://doi.org/10.11648/ijecs.20240901.15

ACS Style

Al-Baher, I. A. Attitudes of Jordanian Private School Teachers Towards Virtual Education. Int. J. Educ. Cult. Soc. 2024, 9(1), 36-48. doi: 10.11648/ijecs.20240901.15

AMA Style

Al-Baher IA. Attitudes of Jordanian Private School Teachers Towards Virtual Education. Int J Educ Cult Soc. 2024;9(1):36-48. doi: 10.11648/ijecs.20240901.15

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