This study investigated Arabic teacher’s use of International Computer Driving License (ICDL) in computer applications in their schools in Amman in Jordan. A stratified random sample of (75) teachers is drown (35 males and 40 females). To assess the Teaching strategy use, two questionnaires were developed. The results showed that the attitudes towards (ICDL) training were high, and the general level of use of computer applications was high too. They also showed that there were no significant differences (α ≤ 0.05) in the use of computer applications due to gender and experience in all domains. The study recommends to train Arabic teachers in the computer applications that found weak in the research results.
Ahmad I. Soman
Arabic Language Teachers, Computer Applications, International Computer Driving License (ICDL), Attitudes.