Information Technology

  • Measuring the Ability of Physical Education Teachers to Apply a Developed Curricula According to the Knowledge Economy in Irbid Governorate Schools

    Author: Nart Shokah
    Institution: Faculty of Physical Education Yarmouk University
    Author: Ali Deiry
    Institution: Faculty of Physical Education Yarmouk University
    Author: Ahmad Al-Batayneh
    Institution: Faculty of Physical Education Yarmouk University
    Year of publication: 2019
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    Pages: 75-86
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    PDF: tner/201903/tner5706.pdf

    The study aimed to measure and explore the ability of physical education teachers to apply the new developed curricula according to the knowledge economy in Irbid Governorate schools. The sample of the study consisted of (120) male and female teachers from Irbid district, following validation, the teachers were provided with a questionnaire which included two fields; knowledge economy and information technology. The results showed that the ability of physical education teachers in applying the new curricula in the field of the knowledge economy and information technology was high, although the field of information technology ranked first, followed by the field of knowledge economy. Also, there were significant differences according to variable of experience when measuring the ability of physical education teachers in the domain of information technology in favor of the group with 10 years and more experience. However, there were no statistically significant differences in the variable of experience in the domain of knowledge economy. The study suggests reviewing the mechanism of applying the new developed curriculum according to the knowledge economy, and holding training sessions before and after starting to build a new curriculum. Conducting information technology courses in accordance with new curricula are suggested, and also that the Ministry of Education in Jordan must provide the necessary facilities, such as halls and technology devices.

  • Virtual Consumer versus Internet Creator , or Attitudes of Polish Teachers to Online Early School Education. Conclusions for Practice

    Author: Kamila Majewska
    Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
    Year of publication: 2019
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    Pages: 210-222
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    PDF: tner/201903/tner5717.pdf

    The aim of the present research was to assess the degree of preparation, methods of use, and the ability to create online educational resources by Polish teachers of early school education. The article presents the results of pilot studies carried out under the NP.-2550 grant, as well as the results of proper research conducted in 2017 in a group of 340 teachers. The selection of the research group was random. The collected data showed current trends, and made it possible to address the issue of a virtual consumer and an online creator from the perspective of a teacher.


    Author: Yan Kovalenko
    Institution: Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
    Year of publication: 2022
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    Pages: 78-96
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    PDF: ksm/33/ksm3305.pdf


    In this article, the author conducts a comparative analysis of international and Ukrainian legislation in the field of regulation of rights and obligations of trademark owners and domain names, protection mechanisms and their legislative consolidation. The imperfection of the legislative enshrinement of the domain name concept, the consequences of the lack of legal regulation by the state of the legal status of persons who have the right of ownership of the domain name, the lack of legal consolidation of mechanisms for acquiring and terminating domain name ownership and the legal consolidation of trademark and domain name. The differences between the current methods of protection of the right to a domain name in Ukraine and at the international level were revealed, and the prescriptions of the rules governing and resolving domain disputes in international and Ukrainian legal practice were compared. Based on the analyzed legislation, rules and scientific materials, ways to improve the legal status of domain name owners in Ukraine are proposed, including the separation of the domain name as a separate object of intellectual property rights, with typical for intellectual property rights guarantees for protection and enforcement on the domain name on the part of the state, development of the uniform mechanism regulated by the state of registration and acquisition of the property rights to the domain name and separation of legal ways and means of protection of the right to the domain name.

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