Gender differences toward using educational technology in chemistry classes of Afghanistan universitiesAuthor(s):
Sayed Abdul Aziz Ahmady FalahAbstract:
In the 21st century, technology became a practical reality and has been actively used in many different ways in nearly all cultures. We need to have an education system based on 21st-century requirements that technology integration is the most feature of the modern education system. The use of technology during teaching includes several factors, but teachers have a vital role to play across all factors. This study intended to determine differences between the sexes of chemistry lecturers in Afghanistan based on their knowledge and attitudes towards the use of educational technology in the class. The random sampling method was used to select 154 respondents which are 100 males and 54 female chemistry lecturers from Afghanistan. SPSS version 26 was used to analyze the data. The result revealed that there was no significant difference between male and female lecturers’ toward using educational technology in the class. The findings of this research study encourage the Ministry of Higher Education (HEM) of Afghanistan and other education stakeholders to integrate modern education technology into the education system. Because the findings showed that both male and female of Afghanistan chemistry lecturers successfully use modern technology as necessary external factors, such as training, support, and resources.Pages: 151-156 | Views: 116 | Downloads: 69Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sayed Abdul Aziz Ahmady Falah. Gender differences toward using educational technology in chemistry classes of Afghanistan universities. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2021;3(1):151-156.