The Omani Distance Learning Program to Teach the Holy Quran: Analytical Descriptive Study

Al Akhzami Salem, Abdullah Al Hinai, Ali S. Al-Musawi

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This study aimed to investigate the usefulness of Omani distance-learning program to teach the Holy Quran and to identify its advantages and disadvantages as viewed by the program stakeholders (administrators, teachers, students). The study used both analytical and descriptive approaches. The study sample was selected using purposive sampling to be representative of the study community of administrators, teachers and students. A survey questionnaire that consisted of (19) statements was designed and measured to ensure its validity and reliability. The findings indicated high satisfaction among the stakeholders on most items of the questionnaire with regard to the educational components of the program with a mean score of (4.16). Additionally, the findings showed that there were no statistically significant differences between the stakeholders’ views in terms of the gender (males/females) variable.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-9
JournalTARBIYA: Journal of Education in Muslim Society
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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