The Reality of Using Active Learning Strategies among Secondary School Female Teachers of Arabic Language in Taif City
Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies
The study aimed to identify the reality of using active learning strategies among secondary school female teachers of the Arabic language in Taif city. It also aimed to find out the significant differences according to the variables of qualification, years of experience and training courses. Two instruments were used in the study: a questionnaire and an observation. Both were used on a sample of 32 female teachers at secondary governmental schools. A one sample t-test and Mann Whitney were
... n Whitney were used. The results of the study revealed that the degree of using active strategies among female teachers was low; the role of the educational supervisor in encouraging female teachers to use active learning strategies was medium, and the degree of difficulties of using active learning strategies was large. Additionally, the findings indicated that there were no significant differences in using active strategies attributed to the variables of qualification and training courses, whereas there was a significant difference in using active strategies attributed to the variable of experience in favor of teachers who have more than 10 years of experience. However, there were no significant differences in the role of the educational supervisor and the degree of difficulties in using active learning strategies attributed to the variables of the study.