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Utility and Professional Attitudes Toward Assistive Technology in UAE Special Needs Centers
The attitude of teachers about the use of technology is critical. As a result, when teachers have a constructive outlook toward a new type of assistive technology, they are more likely to make meaningful efforts to ...
Use of Weblogs by Non-native EL students: A case study in the UAE
(Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2009-01)
The use of technology in teaching and learning has created new avenues for ideas and information to be shared among teachers and students. Ideas and information can be shared beyond the confines of the traditional classroom ...
Self-Awareness Among Faculty Members from the University of Abu Dhabi in the Light of the Variables: Gender (Male/Female, Qualification, Specialization, and Experience)
(University of Bahrain, 2015)
The present rsearch aimed to identify the level of self-awareness among a sample of faculty members who speak Arabic at the Abu Dhabi University. The rsearch sample consisted of (90) faculty members Ph.D. and master's ...
The impact of teachers’ characteristics on their self‐efficacy and job satisfaction: A perspective from teachers engaging students with disabilities
The study investigated the impact of Pakistani special education teachers’ characteristics like gender, age, background qualification, teaching experience and professional qualification on their self-efficacy beliefs and ...