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Mathematics Teachers' Readiness to Integrate ICT in the Classroom: The Case of Elementary and Middle School Arab Teachers in Israel

Nimer F. Baya'a, Wajeeh M. Daher
2013 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
The current research came to verify the readiness of Arab teachers in elementary and middle schools in Israel regarding the integration of ICT in the classroom, and hence its interest in the six above  ...  This questionnaire was administered to 475 Arab teachers in elementary and middle schools in the North, Center and Haifa regions in Israel.  ...  aspects of teachers' readiness to integrate ICT in the classrooms among mathematics teachers in the Arab schools in Israel.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v8i1.2386 fatcat:2da6dwpfergk5gnexkr5mxkexi

Mathematics teachers' readiness to integrate ICT in the classroom: The case of elementary and middle school Arab teachers in Israel

Nimer Baya'a, Wajeeh Daher
2012 Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Learning (IMCL)  
The current research came to verify the readiness of Arab teachers in elementary and middle schools in Israel regarding the integration of ICT in the classroom, and hence its interest in the six above  ...  This questionnaire was administered to 475 Arab teachers in elementary and middle schools in the North, Center and Haifa regions in Israel.  ...  aspects of teachers' readiness to integrate ICT in the classrooms among mathematics teachers in the Arab schools in Israel.  ... 
doi:10.1109/imcl.2012.6396470 fatcat:ek5iyjbpunhylepssgwqrodqdi

ICT use in education: different uptake and practice in Hebrew-speaking and Arabic-speaking schools in Israel

R. Nachmias, D. Mioduser, A. Forkosh-Baruch
2010 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
Closing educational gaps between sub-populations in Israel, particularly between students in Hebrew-speaking and Arabic-speaking schools, persists to be one of the priorities of Israel's education system  ...  Arabic-speaking mathematics teachers indicate greater ICT usage in their target class, while among science teachers, Hebrew-speaking teachers report greater usage and influence on their pedagogy, indicating  ...  These conditions are, in fact, indicators of the readiness of schools and teachers to implement ICT in novel pedagogical practices.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2010.00374.x fatcat:wuwbqxp3tvhcdorgjdgolb7cya

An Assessment of Final Year Pre-Service Teachers' Readiness to Use ICT to Teach Implication for COVID-19 Education Response

Bernadette Amukahara Joy Egede (Ph.D)
2021 Frontiers in Education Technology  
internet/mobile network facilities in their environments.· They were very ready with respect to perception on the benefits of ICT in teaching and learning.They did not express readiness in terms of the  ...  The findings suggest that the pre-service teachers were ready with respect to the following indicators.· Awareness and motivation to use ICT to teach.· Confidence to use ICT to teach.· Availability of  ...  In Israel, Baya 'a and Daher (2013) studied Mathematics Teachers' readiness to integrate ICT into the classroom, in elementary and middle schools.  ... 
doi:10.22158/fet.v4n1p66 fatcat:w4oxexghunfr7n3ujaho7ulgba

Editorial for EAIT issue 1, 2019

Arthur Tatnall
2019 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
outside the classroom.  ...  The popularity of the journal of Education and Information Technologies continues to grow, with over four hundred and fifty papers received in 2018. Of these, about 40% were accepted for publication.  ...  Elementary teachers tend to feel more comfortable in using electronic boards than middle school teachers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-018-09856-1 fatcat:wtzqk4dihba6fg7nrjiypilbq4

THE EXPLORATION OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS, THE ICT AND EDUCATION

Turkay YILDIZ
2016 Business, Management and Education  
In this regard, this study investigates the complex relationships of some of the global competitiveness indicators of the ICT, education and the business sophistication and innovation factors.  ...  Therefore, it is necessary to highlight the essential role and the significant relationship of ICT and education for gaining the competitive advantage.  ...  Lu et al. (2015) explored the role of ICT infrastructure in its application to classrooms for middle and primary schools in China.  ... 
doi:10.3846/bme.2016.320 fatcat:ypsnaz5mzje75mgwyeqhmhvgf4

Editorial for EAIT issue 1, 2021

Arthur Tatnall
2021 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
Integrating ICT into schools in Sub-Saharan Africa: from teachers' capacity building to classroom implementation describes a study where teachers from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana and Nigeria  ...  The twofold goal of this study was to test the merits of the model in general, and for ICT integration in education in particular.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-020-10423-w pmid:33424417 pmcid:PMC7782562 fatcat:pq3la5j5avdm7lysea4dscv3pm

Executive Summary [chapter]

Andreas Schleicher
2019 International Summit on the Teaching Profession  
Education policies that foster the development of children's digital skills are those that provide ICT in schools, training for teachers, and support the integration of technologies into school curricula  ...  Education policies that foster the development of children's digital skills are those that provide ICT in schools, training for teachers, and support the integration of technologies into school curricula  ... 
doi:10.1787/336aca63-en fatcat:5pa25uvllfbbbbnbkdvozobeva

Foreword and Acknowledgements [chapter]

2017 International Summit on the Teaching Profession  
Acknowledgements The report was prepared by Montserrat Gomendio, Deputy Director for Education and Skills. It is based on data and comparative analyses from several OECD publications:  ...  However, this is not the case of other high-performing countries, such as Estonia or Korea, where teachers tend to come from the middle of the range.  ...  • robust assessment of graduates to ensure classroom readiness • national research and workforce planning capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264273238-1-en fatcat:6k65sw4jlnczhczcjdcrc5a3dq

ICOTS-6. DEVELOPPING A STATISTICAL LITERATE SOCIETY

CARMEN BATANERO, FLAVIA R. JOLLIFFE
2002 Statistics Education Research Journal  
the median: a framework to analyse instructional processes in statistics education' (Juan Godino), 'The development of a framework characterizing middle school students' statistical thinking' (Cynthia  ...  ), 'Assessing and tracing the development of Basotho elementary students' growth in probabilistic thinking' (Victor Polaki), 'Framework for teacher knowledge and understanding about probability' (Tova  ...  Speakers in this session presented and discussed innovative programs in statistics education for prospective teachers of elementary, middle and secondary school.  ... 
doi:10.52041/serj.v1i2.567 fatcat:wvgoomm7a5glhj7gmyeczvglre

In Search of a Twenty-First Century Education Renaissance after a Global Pandemic [chapter]

Fernando M. Reimers
2020 Implementing Deeper Learning and 21st Education Reforms  
The chapter makes the case for examining the implementation of large scale reforms in countries at varied stages of educational development in order to overcome the limitations of the current knowledge  ...  The COVID-19 Pandemic renewed interest on the question of what goals should be pursued by schools in a world rapidly changing and uncertain.  ...  development; 22% report a high level of need for professional development to teach in integrated classrooms and 32% of school principals report a shortage of teachers with competency to teach in integrated  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-57039-2_1 fatcat:ilkae5ypybcyzfwjtcjxvyrvli

Design investigation of primary schools in Saudi Arabia [chapter]

S Omari, A Woodcock, T Ball
2011 Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research  
with students, teachers and parents in each school to gain a detailed understanding of how the school was perceived by the different groups.  ...  Teachers were more sensitive to good lighting and pleasant interiors. Other concerns were storage, adequate resources, and flexible classrooms.  ...  Lastly, local schools are Arabic-medium which means Arabic is the official language used and means of communication would have to be in that language.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b11337-18 fatcat:gqox356l7zcyhlgyknmcu4sbha

IRRODL Volume 10, Number 2; Regional Focus Issue: Learning Technologies in the Middle East

Various Authors
2009 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
This special issue of IRRODL aims to describe and analyze current trends and issues in ODL in the Middle East.  ...  Economically, countries in the region range from very poor to extremely wealthy, requiring the adoption of special integration policies to ensure the ability of the poor countries to cope with the high  ...  Exploring Open Distance Learning at a Jordanian University: A Case Study Dirani and Yoon Page | 15 Research Insights from a Decade of Campus-Wide Implementation of Web-Supported Academic Instruction  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v10i2.1103 fatcat:sfq7bhu4e5anjmiytychspxvze

Bilingual education & biligualism

2006 Language Teaching  
towards communicative activities among elementary school teachers in South Korea, Japan and Taiwan.  ...  This paper examines the concept of globalisation in relation to terrorism, and argues that the 'imposition' of the English language on the world, Africa, and in particular Nigeria (through the media, information  ...  Based on a sociocultural theoretical framework, this study attempts to identify and compare the ways in which local elementary school teachers consider classroom activities in English that are 'effective  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805263140 fatcat:hzk5eirwwzfnxjj2myijii4sbq

Language testing

2006 Language Teaching  
towards communicative activities among elementary school teachers in South Korea, Japan and Taiwan.  ...  This paper examines the concept of globalisation in relation to terrorism, and argues that the 'imposition' of the English language on the world, Africa, and in particular Nigeria (through the media, information  ...  Based on a sociocultural theoretical framework, this study attempts to identify and compare the ways in which local elementary school teachers consider classroom activities in English that are 'effective  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805233141 fatcat:t6io2p665bhftlruqlpspir4wa
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