The reality of implementing investigation activities in the science course during the application of e-learning of teacher's point of view in Najran city

  • Hamad Mahdi Hamad Almushref Science Teacher, MOE, Saudi Arabia,
  • AbdulAziz Derwesh Almalki Assistant Professor of Mathematica Education, Curriculum and Instruction Department , Faculty of Education, Najran university, Saudi Arabia.
Keywords: scientific investigation activities, science courses, E-Learning


This study aimed to identify the reality of the implementation of scientific investigation activities in science courses at the primary stage and during the application of e-learning، in which the researcher used a questionnaire as data collection tool after verifying its validity and reliability by applying it to an exploratory sample consisting of 20 teachers. The study sample was (73) Science teachers in the primary stage in the second semester of 1441 AH in Najran city . This study reached a number of results، including the practice of teachers to investigate the implementation of activities during the application of e-learning which sometimes have a degree of response ، where the total average of the axis reached (2.30) and teachers’ employment of technology in implementing Survey activities during the application of e-learning with a degree of response sometimes، where the total average of the axis reached (2.13) and the presence of some obstacles in the implementation of survey activities during the application of e-learning، where the total average of the axis reached (2.22). The survey during the application of e-learning from the point of view of teachers according to the variable of the level of knowledge of technology in favor of the good level with a significance (0.011) There are also statistically significant differences in the implementation of survey activities during the application of e-learning from the teachers’ point of view، according to the variable of receiving training courses in the survey in favor of the sample members who received training courses with a significance (0.001). moreover the study recommended the need to train teachers to integrate technology in the implementation of educational activities. Survey and similar studies on the extent of teachers uses of  the Quadruple Scale to assess the capabilities needed to carry out a scientific investigation


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Almushref, H., & Almalki, A. (2022). The reality of implementing investigation activities in the science course during the application of e-learning of teacher’s point of view in Najran city. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences., 5(4), 481 - 550. Retrieved from