THE EXTENT OF COMMITMENT OF THE FACULTY MEMBER’S IN UNIVERSITIES USING BLENDED LEARNING STRATEGIES
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The study aimed to identify the extent of the commitment of the faculty members in Jordanian Universities using blended learning strategies during the Corona pandemic, COVID-19, (2021-2022). The study followed the descriptive approach, and the study tool was a questionnaire developed by researchers, distributed to (62) faculty members in three Jordanian Universities, namely: Amman Arab University, University of Jordan, and Al-Hussein Bin Talal University. The results of the study showed that the faculty members unanimously agreed on the importance of employing blended learning in university education, while the faculty members' use of blended learning strategies was moderate. The faculty members obtained an average score in employing blended learning strategies. The results also showed that the degree of faculty members' satisfaction with the use of blended learning in Jordanian universities was higher than the average. The study ended with a set of recommendations, the most important of which is the necessity of training faculty members on the importance of blended learning, and how to employ it.
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