The Challenges Facing Vocational Education Online from the Teachers’ Perspectives

Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh


Purpose: This study investigated the obstacles facing vocational education online. The results of the questionnaire showed different views for the teachers and if there is an impact on these views according to the variables of gender and experience. Methodology: The study used the descriptive field survey method and included 132 teachers from different schools in the UAE. The study used a questionnaire to identify the obstacles to online vocational education in the UAE vocational schools from the point of view of vocational teachers. The questionnaire for vocational teachers consisted of (62) items distributed over five dimensions that measured the problems of vocational education. Findings: The findings showed that the use of online courses to teach vocational training seems difficult because of the practical aspect, which is an integral part of this kind of education. the study found equal views from both genders, as both groups were placed in the same conditions and were subject to the same laws and legislation. They apply the same study plan and face the same problems of capabilities, equipment, and financing problems. The results of the table showed that there are no statistically significant differences in the areas of problems and the total degree of problems in vocational education in vocational schools due to the years of experience variable.

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