Evaluating the teaching performance of high school mathematics teachers In light of the skills of the twenty first century
Abstract: This research aimed to evaluate the teaching performance of high school mathematics teachers in the light of the twenty-first century skills. Two research tools were prepared: a list of the skills of the twenty-first century, and a questionnaire of “twenty-first century skills among mathematics teachers” that consisted of (22) A single item divided into five responses which are (very important - important - medium important - low importance - unimportant), and included six models for learning in the twenty-first century (collaborative work - knowledge building - self-organization - problem solving and innovation in the real world - the use of technology For learning - methods of presentation and communication with skill), and the results indicated the necessity of working to improve the teaching performance of mathematics teachers at the secondary level in a manner commensurate with the skills of the twenty-first century, as the research reached a number of recommendations and proposals.
Key Words: evaluation, performance, teaching, for mathematics teachers, 21st
Copyright (c) 2022 Abdulmoneim Ali Al-Abdullah
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC
Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (CC REL)