THE POSSIBILITY OF USING DIGITAL CURRICULA IN TEACHING HISTORY MODULES

Authors

  • Iman Mohammed Khudhair

Abstract

Electronic means, including websites, films, electronic newspapers, and telephone
communications, such as computers, mobile phones, and other devices, have achieved a scope for
developing e-learning or relying on them as scientific sources to achieve knowledge acquisition or
writing scientific studies research in e-learning.
In her current research, the researcher tried to focus on digitizing history curricula and prepared a
questionnaire for that and presented it to several experts. After their dialogue, the possibility of
digitizing the history curricula and teaching this subject was reached by several electronic teaching
methods that fit the history subject's nature. The researcher recommended encouraging the use of
models for teaching digital curricula at all levels of education, including the one prepared in the
current research, and exchanging experiences with countries with experiences in developing skills
so that these experiences can be used in developing digital curricula. And electronic teaching
methods. She suggested conducting a comparative study on the effect of digital curricula on
multiple samples such as normal students, Outstanding and talented students.

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

Iman Mohammed Khudhair. (2020). THE POSSIBILITY OF USING DIGITAL CURRICULA IN TEACHING HISTORY MODULES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1721 - 1732. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1023