The study aimed to measure the effect of a training program based on the use of information communication and technology in education in raising the level of academic achievement in mathematics among students of the basic stage in the public schools affiliated with Al-Salt District. The quasi-experimental approach was used on a sample of 50 male and female students (a control and an experimental group). The study scale consisted of 14 items and a training program consisting of six sessions. The results of the study revealed a difference in the technology pre- and post-test between the mean scores of the experimental group students. They study mathematics according to the proposed training program. However, there was no significant statistical difference between the mean scores of the control group students who study mathematics according to the proposed training program in the information technology pre- and post-test. The results showed that there was a significant statistical difference between the mean scores of the experimental group students who study mathematics according to the proposed training program and between the average scores of the students of the control group who study the same subject according to the usual method in the information technology post-test.
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.