Dr. Assessment Challenges Faced By Faculty Members at Fine Arts Faculties in Jordan during Covid-19 Epidemic
Keywords:Assessment Problems, Fine Arts Faculties, COVID-19 pandemic, Jordan
AbstractAssessment is one of the most significant elements in the learning teaching process since it reflects students mastery of the learning content. This process is more important in subject needing hands-on learning tasks. The study examined the most common assessment challenges facing faculty members at Fine Arts Faculties in Jordan during Covid-19 pandemic. A sample consisting of (38) faculty members working in Jordanian universities was administrated. A questionnaire consisted of (24) items distributed on three domains: Difficulties related to faculty members, difficulties related to students, and difficulties related to university was used. The study results showed that the level of assessment challenges faced by faculty members at Fine Arts Faculties in Jordan during Covid-19 was high. It also revealed statistically significant differences in the level of assessment challenges faced by faculty members at Fine Arts Faculties in Jordan during Covid-19 in light of experience, in favor of the least experience, while there were no statistically significant differences in the level of assessment challenges faced by faculty members at Fine Arts Faculties in Jordan during Covid-19 in light of gender and university type. In light of the results, recommendations were provided.
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