Tables index

From

The Levels of Availability of Electronic Learning Efficiencies of Yemeni Female Teachers

Fahad Sallam Al-Azazi, Fang Min

American Journal of Educational Research. 2017, 5(6), 660-676 doi:10.12691/education-5-6-12
  • Table 1. The Sample Description
  • Table 2. The Means Value Estimation
  • Table 3. Means And Standard Deviations Of Efficiencies Of Electronic Learning Practice And Knowledge Level Among Female Teachers
  • Table 4. The Highest Indicators Of Efficiencies Of Electronic Learning Practiced And Knowledge By Female Teachers
  • Table 5. The Lowest Indicators Of Efficiencies Of Electronic Learning Practiced And Knowledge By Female Teachers
  • Table 6. Efficiencies’ Practice And Knowledge Degrees Among Female Teachers
  • Table 7. Mann-Whitney U-test Between 1st, and 2nd’s Axises of Electronic Learning Efficiencies and Type of Academic Specialization
  • Table 8. Mann-Whitney U-test Between 1st, and 2nd’s Axises of Electronic Learning Efficiencies and Attendance on Training Courses
  • Table 9. Kruskal-Wallis Test Between 1st, and 2nd’s Axises of Electronic Learning Efficiencies and Academic Qualification Type
  • Table 10. T-Test Between 3nd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies And Type Of Academic Specialization
  • Table 11. T-Test Between the 3rd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies And Attendance On Training Courses
  • Table 12. Sub-Scale Groups Of Types Of Academic Qualifications To The 3rd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies
  • Table 13. One-Way ANOVA Test Between The 3rd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies And Types Of Academic Qualifications
  • Table 14. Mann-Whitney U-Test Between 4nd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies And Academic Specialization Variable
  • Table 15. Mann-Whitney U-Test Between 4nd Axis Of Electronic Learning Efficiencies And Attendance On Training Courses Variable
  • Table 16. Kruskal-Wallis Test Between 4st Axis of Electronic Learning Efficiencies and Academic Qualification Type