International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies
ISSN: 2028-9324     CODEN: IJIABO     OCLC Number: 828807274     ZDB-ID: 2703985-7
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In Press: The effect of using information and communication technology in improving the teaching and learning of life sciences lesson

[ أثر استعمال تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات في تجويد تعليم وتعلم درس علوم الحياة ]


Abdelkhalek Touahar1

1 Al Ouafae High School, Regional Directorate, Sidi Kassem, Ministry of National Education, Morocco

Original language: Arabic

Received 17 June 2020

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The convergence of this research paper is a field study - aimed at knowing the impact of the use of information and communication technology in improving the teaching and learning of the life sciences lesson, and how to develop teaching and learning methods for this subject, by employing modern technology for information and communication, as the abundance of information and scientific concepts in life sciences lessons It has become an obstacle that contributes to the students ’aversion to the subject, and makes them focus on automated saving, which creates difficulties for them, and to overcome them we tried to answer the following questions: How can the quality of life science lessons be improved? How can life science lessons be transformed from passive reception and Auto save to interaction and participation ?The results showed that the incorporation of information and communication technology in the completion of life sciences lessons by the professors remains very weak, so that 51% are not taught using the latter and adopt the traditional method, due to the erratic contradictions they have about these techniques, but for the students we recorded the improvement of both The rate of understanding, interaction, and motivation for the experimental group was clear, as the rate increased by 4.65 points.This indicates the importance of incorporating TICE in the teaching of the subject.

Author Keywords: Life sciences, technology, information, didactic life sciences.