The Extent to which computer and technology teachers in the digital skills of the 21st century in the schools of Gaza City

  • Esmail O Hassounah Assistant professor of Educational Technology, Al-Aqsa University, Palestine,
Keywords: digital skills, computer and technology Teacher, 21st Century Teacher, Palestinian Teacher


Abstract: This research aims at finding out The Extent to which computer and technology teachers in the digital skills of the 21st century in the schools of Gaza City. The researcher adopted the analytical descriptive method and applied a questionnaire on a simple random sample of (51) computer and technology teachers in the directorate of education in the west of Gaza. The results showed that there was a lack of applying and practicing the digital skills by Palestinian computer and technology teachers. There were also no statistically significant differences in the mean of their responses to the questionnaire due to the variable of sex and years of services (0-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20). and the research recommended Integrating the skills of the 21st century, especially digital skills in the curricula of the preparation of the college of education, in particular, programs to prepare computer and technology teachers.  and, into in-service training programs for computer and technology teachers. 

Keywords: digital skills, computer and technology Teacher, 21st Century Teacher, Palestinian Teacher


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Hassounah, E. (2019). The Extent to which computer and technology teachers in the digital skills of the 21st century in the schools of Gaza City. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 3(1), 457 - 488. Retrieved from