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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Evaluation Of “Introduction To Curricula And Teaching Methods” Course At The Colleges Of Education In Saudi Arabia

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Ayed T. Alharbi



Evaluation; Course; Curriculum; Teaching Methods



The present study aims to identify the appropriateness of the goals, and contents of “Introduction to Curricula and Teaching Methods” Course for students' needs and aptitudes and the relevance of teaching aids and the principles of course objectives. The researcher followed the Descriptive-Analysis approach to conduct this study. To achieve the objectives of the study, a random sample that consisted of two groups has been chosen. The first group is Students of the College of Education who studied the course during the academic year 1441-1442 and the number in this group is (50) students. The second group is teaching staff at the colleges of education; the total number in this group is (10) professors. In terms of data collection, the survey has been selected as a tool for collecting the required data, including course objectives, content, teaching aids, and evaluation methods. Upon the analysis of the data, the researcher reached the following results: from students' and staff members' perspectives, there is a complete agreement that the course objectives, content, learning aids, and evaluation techniques meet the students' needs and community needs.



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