A Proposed Future Vision for Improving the Virtual Learning Culture in Jordanian Schools

Lina Kleaf AlQallab, Mohammad Saleem Al-Zboon

Abstract


The present study aimed to identify the future vision for developing the culture of virtual education in Jordanian schools by identifying the reality of the virtual education culture and the difficulties in applying this type of education.The study sample consisted of (2000) teachers and teachers representing all the directorates of education in Jordan, and were selected in the random stratified manner.The results showed that the reality of the virtual education culture in Jordanian schools from the point of view of the primary stage teachers in Jordan was high and that the difficulties facing virtual education in Jordan were high. Based on the results, the paper recommended to Bringing up people who accept the culture of change and adapt to it which shall enable them to seek achieving their ambitions and develop their potentials. and Promoting a culture that is based on a scientific methodology and employing people’s mental skills and scientific methods to find practical solutions for societal problems. The vision’s outlines include developing a personality that is capable to reach knowledge through using various sources of information.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/mas.v12n4p13

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