Journal of Educational Sciences > Volume 23, No. 3, 2011
Evaluation of the Arabic Teacher Education Master Program at the College of Education - Sana'a University in light of Proposed Standards / Ahmed Hassan Ghaleb
This study aims at evaluating the Arabic Teacher Education Master Degree Program at the College of Education, Sana'a University. To achieve its purpose, the study used descriptive methodology. The sample consisted of 30 students who were about to complete the program. A questionnaire was developed for this purpose. It consisted of 65 items that cover the following standards: Program goals, program content, teaching methods, library and resources, assessment methods and research supervision. SPSS was used to analyze the data where descriptive statistics were run to calculate average scores, standard deviation and rankings. The results indicated that all components of the program failed to meet the mastery level of score of 3.