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Evaluation in Saudi schools: the use of e-portfolio

Evaluation in Saudi schools: the use of e-portfolio
Evaluation in Saudi schools: the use of e-portfolio
Educational enhancement is one of the primary goals being targeted by the Saudi government as clearly exemplified by the Tatweer project. This educational enhancement process is not a single activity; it has many approaches one of which is the evaluation of the actions and activities being practised across education in Saudi Arabia. Traditionally teachers, as the main role players providing educational opportunities, are being evaluated by principals based on predefined evaluation standards that are set by the Saudi Ministry of Education. This research investigates the current view regarding these standards used in Saudi schools in order to determine if they are suitable for the current needs, especially in the presence of different technological and web solutions. Moreover, this research investigates the readiness of Saudi schools to accept technological solutions for the evaluation of teachers.
Alharthi, Ebtesam
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Woollard, John
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Alharthi, Ebtesam
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Woollard, John
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Alharthi, Ebtesam and Woollard, John (2015) Evaluation in Saudi schools: the use of e-portfolio. INTED2015, the 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference. 02 - 04 Mar 2015.

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Abstract

Educational enhancement is one of the primary goals being targeted by the Saudi government as clearly exemplified by the Tatweer project. This educational enhancement process is not a single activity; it has many approaches one of which is the evaluation of the actions and activities being practised across education in Saudi Arabia. Traditionally teachers, as the main role players providing educational opportunities, are being evaluated by principals based on predefined evaluation standards that are set by the Saudi Ministry of Education. This research investigates the current view regarding these standards used in Saudi schools in order to determine if they are suitable for the current needs, especially in the presence of different technological and web solutions. Moreover, this research investigates the readiness of Saudi schools to accept technological solutions for the evaluation of teachers.

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Accepted/In Press date: 1 February 2015
Venue - Dates: INTED2015, the 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 2015-03-02 - 2015-03-04

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/374392
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Date deposited: 17 Feb 2015 10:16
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 21:27

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