The aim of the current study was to assess the availability of efficiencies of educational technology at teachers sports and health course in the Jordanian private universities from the perspective of students. The second aim of the current study was to assess whether there was significant difference in these teaching technology competencies among academic staff of sport and health course at Private Jordan universities due to gender, nationality, number of credit hours completed and the university were lecturer teaches variables. The sample was selected randomly from students enrolled at AL-Ahlyia Amman University, Al- Zaytoneh University , Middle East University , Al-zarqa University and Applied Science University. The questionnaire was used as a tool for data collection. The questionnaire consisted of 26 items on four dimensions; techniques and activities, using technology, teaching design and assessment. The questionnaire was checked for validity and reliability on a sample of the study population which was eliminated from the actual study. Data were analyzed using statistical package for social sciences. Means, standard deviation and one way ANOVA were used to assess the study aims. The results showed that academic staff of sport and health course at Private Jordan universities has moderate level of teaching technology competencies. There was no significant differences in nationality and academic year there was significant differences in these teaching technology competencies due to gender.
Mohammed A. Al-Mbaydeen , Nihad Albatikhi
Efficiencies, Universities, Sports and Health.