The role of smart schools to face counterfeiting media Forms in its teacher’s point of view.

  • Heba Ibrahiem Gouda Ibrahiem Lecturer of Foundations of education, Faculty of specific education, Cairo University, Hebaibrahiem8@yahoo.com
Keywords: Smart School, counterfeiting media, Electronic Age

Abstract

Abstract: With the development of communication technologies, the risks of it and misusing it increased also, like electronic stealing, defamation, spread the social isolation phenomenon,…ext., The role of the school became very difficult. The topic of counterfeiting media Forms is important in the Egyptian society especially with political and social changes experienced.

Therefore, the purpose of the study to knowing the rule of smart schools to face counterfeiting media Forms which is published on digital media. By using analytical descriptive in a sample of (192) smart schools teachers, between April- May 2018, was selected randomly from Giza and Cairo Governorates. Using a questionnaire and personal meeting tools.

The research questions are focus on definition of the smart school, its importance, and its aims, moreover the study shown the role of teacher and school management in smart school to face counterfeiting media forms. In addition, the study provides the necessary requirements of smart school to face media countering forms through curricular activities and extracurricular activities.

The study results shown that most of the sample agreed about the common ways of falsification throw social media are Image and caricature disinformation, then false statistics and polls, followed by miss sizing the event.

In addition, the sample agreed about the less affecting ways of falsification are: fraud the sources, then using certain terms to condemn individuals or institutions.

The sample suggest some solutions to face counterfeiting media Forms as following: students should know their rights and duties before interacting with social media. Also training the student to check the media and the published news, and knowing its source. Transition towards a community school that cares about the issues and problems of society and finds solutions to them. Moreover, developing the education institutions infrastructures and equipment to meet the challenges of digital education era. Also providing a high scale output from teaching and training to face the age challenges, including the media challenges, Combating misleading ideas and foreign languages, and interacting through the mother tongue.

Key Words: Smart School, counterfeiting media, Electronic Age.

Author Biography

Heba Ibrahiem Gouda Ibrahiem, Lecturer of Foundations of education, Faculty of specific education, Cairo University, Hebaibrahiem8@yahoo.com

مدرس أصول التربية للإعلام التربوي، كلية التربية النوعية-جامعة القاهرة، مصر،

البريد الالكتروني 

Hebaibrahiem8@yahoo.com

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Published
2018-12-21
How to Cite
Ibrahiem, H. (2018). The role of smart schools to face counterfeiting media Forms in its teacher’s point of view. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 2(1), 109 - 158. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/79
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