Course Description - Bachelor of Educational Technology

  • 15200101: Palestinian Issue [3 Credit Hours]

    The course deals with the events of the Palestinian issue through the most important ages from the Canaanites until the year 2021. It focuses on the Islamic conquest of Palestine in the year 15 AH 636 AD, the Crusader torch from 1099 to the liberation of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi of Palestine in 1187, and it talks about the Ottomans in Palestine from 1516 to 1917. The course is concerned with the Palestinian issue during the British occupation in 1917, until the Nakba in 1948, and the establishment of the occupation state .It deals with the Palestinian resistance and revolutions during 100 years, and Arab-Israeli wars from 1948 to 2021.The course talks about Palestinian Liberation Organization, Palestinian resistance movements and parties, Palestinian Authority and the peace negotiations projects since the 1978 Camp David Accords until 2021.The course talks about attempts to Judaism Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque since the Palestinian setback in 1967 until 2021, and the issue of Palestinian refugees since 1948. It also anticipates the future of the Palestinian issue.

  • 13020012: Islamic Civilization [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15111359: Graduation Project [3 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to introduce scientific research its concept, nature, objectives and fields by examing practical examples of the hypothesis, its definition, formulation, conditions, importance and testing.

  • 15110457: General Mathematics for Technology Education [3 Credit Hours]

    This course introduces Mathematical Groups and relevant mathematical operations, real numbers and relevant mathematical operations, polynomials and algebraic formulas, equations and inequalities and ways to solve them, Types of Functions and relevant mathematical operations.

  • 15110432: C++ Programming Language [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to focus on finding solutions to various problems and implementing these solutions through the C++ programming language. The course provides the basics of this language and enables the student to learn to write programs and the mechanisms of translating them and correct errors that may appear in this program in addition to enabling herhim to show Desired outcomes of these programs. Topics covered in this course include declaring and manipulating variables, control statements (if statements, rotation, and switch campaigns), associative expressions (user-defined ready-made associations), and arrays.

  • 15110410: Developmental Psychology [3 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with the study of the stages of psychology and personality from an educational point of view, which facilitates how to deal with different types of college from a psychological and educational point of view to achieve the desired goals

  • 13020013: History of Jerusalem [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020029: My Career II [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020032: Economy in the Third World [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110114: Practical Education [3 Credit Hours]

    The student gets acquainted with the practical skills of teaching in a room, which helps to employ all educational and specialized skills in a practical manner

  • 15110102: Educational Psychology [3 Credit Hours]

    This course introduces the concept of Educational Psychology in relation to the profession of teaching, the various types of behavioral objectives and how to phrase them correctly. This course also surveys different teaching theories, effective learning, educational technologies, theories of intelligence and their importance, and types of thinking.

  • 15110231: Internet Applications [2 Credit Hours]

    This course is an introduction to designing and implementing Android applications for mobile systems, such as smartphones and tablets. The course begins with introducing the working environment and architecture of Android applications, then designing user interfaces, interacting with user interface elements, and building List View and Dialogs. The student also studies how parts of the application communicate with each other using intents. Throughout this course, students will also learn how to design appropriate interfaces for different displays and how to control their settings. This course will also cover database applications, file applications, broadcast receivers, and content providers.

  • 13020003: German Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020004: Russian Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020006: Italian Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020014: Political Science [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020027: Health Culture [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020031: Contemporary Global Issues [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110455: Building Construction [3 Credit Hours]

    This course equips the student with a panoramic knowledge about the development of construction philosophy , types of buildings and structures , elements of structure in buildings and the transfer of loads, types of foundations and geometric design, shapes of foundations, types of stairs and the design of their dimensions and components , brickwork, floors and insulation against moisture, joints in structures, design of wooden structures, the drawing of different sections and civil engineering details.

  • 15110470: Scientific Research Methodology [3 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to teach the student the necessary steps for successful scientific research and research methods, methods of samples selection and how to design questionnaires. Ultimately, the student should be able to design a research plan to achieve the objectives of a given scientific research title.

  • 15110213: General Teaching Methods [3 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to help students establish successful education methods and help them achieve their educational goals by learning effectively in less time and effort.

  • 15110435: Robotics [2 Credit Hours]

    In this course, students will obtain fundamental knowledge on subjects related to robotics such as: robot manipulators, digital electronics and microprocessors, automation, computer-aided manufacturing, etc. Students will have to experiment computer operator interface, mobility/locomotion, programming, sensing and perception, manipulators and effectors.

  • 15111287: [3 Credit Hours]

  • 15110241: Waste Water Treatment [2 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with water chemistry, water sources, water quality and its pollutants, the natural technology of water by physical, chemical and bio-chemistry methods, the response of running water to biodegradable organic waste, engineering systems for water and wastewater purification, pollutant disposal and reuse

  • 15200102: Arabic Language [3 Credit Hours]

    The course aims to develop the students’ cognitive abilities and communication skills in Arabic language by introducing Arabic dictionaries, spelling and grammatical errors, and familiarizing them with ancient and modern Arabic literary models including models from the Holy Qur’an.

  • 15200106: ُEnglish (1) [3 Credit Hours]

    English 1 is a theoretical, 3-credit hour university requisite, and a general English Course which is designed to serve all BA and BSc Students of (PTUK) in all faculties. This course aims at developing students’ repertoire of the English language main skills as well as sub-skills through providing them with broad varieties of language patterns, grammatical and structural rules, and vocabulary items that can enable them to communicate meaningfully within ordinary and real-life contexts and situations. This course is also oriented towards equipping students with the skills they need to comprehend texts, contexts, and situations that are related to ordinary and real-life topics. Throughout this course, students will be exposed to a wide and various aural inputs in order to broaden and deepen their skills in listening, judgment, and critical thinking. Students of this course are expected to acquire and practice the skills they need to maximize their capabilities to express opinions about ordinary and real life topics both orally and in a written format, which will help in widening the students’ academic horizon.

  • 15200112: English 2 [3 Credit Hours]

    This course is designed to serve PTUK students in the faculties of Science and Engineering as well as the students of Educational Technology (ET); it offers a broad overview of the English language learning skills in reading, writing, speaking that will enable them to communicate meaningfully in scientific contexts and situations. It also offers a broad variety of scientific language grammatical patterns and vocabulary items that are needed to comprehend scientific contexts and trends. Throughout this course, students will be exposed to a variety of scientific topics, aural input in order to broaden and deepen their critical thinking skills and to help them express opinions about modern scientific topics and problems.

  • 13020020: Anti-Corruption [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020025: Agriculture in Palestine [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110308: Educational Technology [3 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with the concept of educational technology, the systematic curve of technology use, cognition, communication and learning, teaching aids, electronic teaching aids, types of educational learning activities within the framework of educational technology, multimedia educational systems, design and production of educational aids.

  • 15110282: Applied Electronics [3 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with semi-conductors, the components, structure, and uses of a Diode, components , structure , and uses of the transistors, operation boosters, digital and electronic uses, gates, gates algorithm, collectors , dispersers, coding and decoding.

  • 15110412: Field Trainig II [2 Credit Hours]

    Implementing the process of teaching technology for a period of two consecutive weeks in the schools of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education so that the trainee student performs all the work required of him from planning and producing educational aids and implementing the evaluation process.

  • 15110461: Electronic Control Circuits [3 Credit Hours]

    This course introduces numerical, coding and digital systems, as well as binary logic, logic gates, Boolean algebra, logical circuits, truth tables, fundamental Boolean algebra theories.

  • 15110417: Ethics of Teaching Profession [2 Credit Hours]

    This course examines the terms profession and job, the ethics of the teaching profession, its roots, moral values and principles drawn from it, the moral traits that must be accessible to the Palestinian teacher and the role of the Palestinian teacher in the twenty-first century. It also provides practical tasks for various circumstances and ethical behavioral issues instructors face during their careers.

  • 15110221: Typing (Arabic/English) [2 Credit Hours]

    The student gets to know the methods and models of printing in both languages within sound scientific foundations until he reaches a high skill when printing a text as quickly and as little effort as possible. The appropriate printing formats will be used using many programs such as Word and others.

  • 15110433: Communications and Information Technology [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to introduce the student to the importance of using technology in medicine, agriculture, industry, security and space, as well as in smart homes and other services.

  • 15110439: Mobile Application [2 Credit Hours]

    This course is an introduction to designing Android applications for mobile systems. The course begins with introducing the working environment and architecture of Android applications, then designing user interfaces, interacting with user interface elements, and building List View and Dialogs. The student also studies how parts of the application communicate with each other using intents. During the course, students will also learn how to design appropriate interfaces for different displays and how to control their settings.

  • 15110460: General Physics for Technology Education [3 Credit Hours]

    This course focuses on algebra of vectors, motion in two and three dimensions, Newton's laws and their applications, elasticity and Young's law, mechanics of means, static electricity, electric flow, electric potential, capacitors, Ohm's law, electrical circuits and Kirchhoff's laws, magnetic field and magnetic force on a charge and wire. Ampere's law, wave motion and sound waves, geometric light, modern physics, radioactivity and radiation doses

  • 15110477: Computer Applications [3 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to introduce the student to the hardware and software components of the computer and operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, in addition to advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications. The concepts of E-learning, applications and distance learning tools such as Moodle, Zoom and others are also addressed.

  • 15110138: Special Topics in Computer Science [2 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with selected and emerging topics in information technology and computer science.

  • 15200107: Islamic Studies [3 Credit Hours]

  • 13020001: Hebrew Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020016: Law in Our Lives [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020019: Democracy and Elections [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020023: Astronomy [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020028: My Career I [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110204: Classroom Management [3 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with basic concepts in classroom management and organization, human and social relations approach in classroom management, behavioral school curriculum in classroom management, teacher duties and responsibilities, classroom management strategies, and students' problems.

  • 15110349: Comp. Engineering Drawing [2 Credit Hours]

    This course covers the use of computers in engineering drawing by using AutoCAD. Students also learn how to draw different shapes as well as drawing engineering plans.

  • 15110333: Computer Maintenance [2 Credit Hours]

    The student is introduced to the principles of maintaining computer hardware and equipment, whereby the student becomes able to maintain the computer programmatically and physically, and the ability to identify and address computer problems. This course also equips students with enough technical knowledge about the types of computers, the components and structure of various types of computers, peripherals, topics in software that includes operating systems, systems of different types of files, installing operating systems, and discovering and fixing problems as well as locating and removing viruses

  • 15110341: Energy and Energy Resources [2 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with energy, its sources, uses, conversion systems, alternative energy sources, energy recovery, psychological radiation, measurement and estimation of solar energy, principles of heat transfer, optical properties of transparent and opaque materials, and solar collectors.

  • 15110342: Solid Waste Treatment [2 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with the sources of these solid wastes, their composition, their impact on the environment, methods of treatment, design of treatment systems, and uses of treated waste

  • 15200099: Pre-English [3 Credit Hours]

    Remedial English: The course is a compulsory service course offered for first year students. It is a prerequisite for E1 and it focuses mainly on the language learning skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course is intended to equip the students with basic skills necessary for successful communication in both oral and written forms of the language. In addition to grammar and how to use vocabulary in a meaningful context.

  • 13020018: The Palestinian Captive Movement [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020024: Environmental Culture [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020035: Professional Communication Skills [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110456: Agriculture and Nutrition Technology [3 Credit Hours]

    This course covers an overview of agricultural technology and its evolution, the role of agriculture in the Palestinian economy, the planting environmental distribution of agricultural climate, plant production, and animal production. It also aims to offer the student the contemporary applications and technology in agricultural crop production, as well as the established system for diagnosing crop diseases and pests. This course also covers the fundamentals of preserving and making goods, whether from vegetable or animal sources. These methods include the bases and manufacturing conditions required to produce a food product safe for public health. As a result, the causes of food corruption and methods of combating them are addressed, which necessitates studying the living conditions of microorganisms that cause food corruption and some types of microorganisms involved in food manufacturing processes, such as those involved in dairy processing. Furthermore, a significant concern in food production is additives and their many varieties and the necessity to adhere to requirements and safe proportions when adding them to manufactured meals.

  • 15110319: Technology Teaching Methods [3 Credit Hours]

    This course prepares students to teach technology at all levels of study by providing them with the required skills and knowledge. This subject is unique that it represents a practical aspect and focuses on various practical skills. It provides teaching methods that aid in the thinking-abilities development, problem-solving abilities, exploration, collaborative work, and other skills. Therefore, the course reviews some psychological theories and different teaching methods that would enable the technology teachers to teach this subject well and help them achieve the desired goals.

  • 15110326: Medical Technology [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to introduce the students the principles and bases of medical machines as well as their operation system.

  • 15110331: Modern Programming Language [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims to identify the basics of visual programming, as well as this course focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects, where the basics of general programming are identified and provide students with the skill of creating screens and programming them using one of the programming languages, in addition to identifying how to create applications linked to a database through a management program SQL Server Management studio databases, in addition to introducing the student to how to change systems settings.

  • 15110230: Databases [2 Credit Hours]

    The database course aims to introduce the basic concepts of relational databases, their characteristics and benefits. Introducing database management systems, their structure and components. Introducing the ER Model of Entities and Relationships. Introducing the foundations of database analysis and design, keys and their types, relationships and types, constraints and their types, rules of analysis and design normalization, and the distinction between physical structure and logical structure. In addition to training on how to apply different information systems.

  • 15200104: Social Services [1 Credit Hours]

    Students perform voluntary work such as donating blood, repairing homes, tourist trails, or holding educational workshops at the university, and the student is committed to training or working for 40 hours.

  • 13010006: Computer Skills and Applications [1 Credit Hours]

  • 13020002: French Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020009: Islam and Contemporary Issues [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020011: Contemporary Problems [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020017: E-government Legal Framework [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020030: Individual and Society [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020034: Introduction to Automotive Engineering [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110136: Engineering Drawing [2 Credit Hours]

    This course focuses on the principles, terms, expressions and symbols of engineering drawing, painting organization, geometric shapes and methods of drawing them, drawing elevations of complete models, drawing perspective of models, longitudinal and transverse sections, placing dimensions, drawing simple figures of models, reading and using terms and symbols in engineering drawings.

  • 15110180: Principles of electricity [3 Credit Hours]

    This course introduces basic elements of electrical circuits, direct current circuits, laws and theories of analysis of direct current circuits, single phase AC, elements of AC circuits, use of complex numbers in circuit analysis, magnetism and electromagnetism, electrical energy conversion, Resonators (straight and parallel), three phase AC circuits.

  • 15111319: Science, Technology and Society [3 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with the concepts of science and technology, their mutual and complementary relationship, as well as their impact on society. It also highlights the importance and areas of technological enlightenment and ways to achieve it. The course explains the role of the teacher when teaching areas and dimensions of technological literacy within educational programs and curricula and evaluating learning outcomes as evidence of the level of technological literacy. This course also examines the impact of scientific and technological development on development plans in Arab societies. Last but not least, the current course sheds light on technological innovations such as simulation and virtual environments, and learns its role in developing the educational process.

  • 15110415: Transportation and Education Technology [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims at providing students with information and practical applications for the concept of transportation, transportation systems, transportation development and its forms, the economic, social and political importance of transportation, car parts and the systems in which they operate. In addition, this course aims at introducing the students to the principle of electric trains, cable cars, elevators, conveyor belts and their uses, aircraft systems and maintenance. This course also provides the student with knowledge about the applications of technology in education, such as: Google applications and artificial intelligence.

  • 15110123: Advanced topics in programming [2 Credit Hours]

    This course aims at designing web pages using one of the design languages, as well as introducing students to the basics of programming pages using one of the programming languages.

  • 13010007: Communication Skills [1 Credit Hours]

  • 13020005: Turkish Language [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020007: English language III [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020008: Physical Culture [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020010: Islamic Econmic System [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020015: International Relations [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020021: History of Science Among the Arabs [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020022: Library and Research Methods [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020026: Leadership and Creativity [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020033: Child Rearing and Family Upbringing [2 Credit Hours]

  • 13020036: Software Applications [2 Credit Hours]

  • 15110101: Introduction to Education [3 Credit Hours]

    This course focuses on the concept of education, its types and objectives, the evolution of the concept and objectives of education through the ages, the basic pillars of the educational process, the foundations of psychological and social education, educational research skills, the reality of educational problems in the Arab world and suggestions for solving them and the development of education in them.

  • 15110306: Evaluation & Measurements [3 Credit Hours]

    This course focuses on the concept of measurement, its foundations and types, steps for preparing a good test, comparison between measurement and evaluation, formulation of essay and objective tests, foundations and standards of practical and oral tests, the use of some types of statistical analysis in processing raw marks for student assessment and assessment of the assessment process

  • 15110311: Field Training I [2 Credit Hours]

    Watching the process of teaching technology for two consecutive weeks in the schools of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

  • 15110434: Computer Networks and Communications [2 Credit Hours]

    This course deals with a general introduction to computer networks, computer network architecture, network design standards, computer network components, important protocols used in computer networks, data transmission media and communications. This course also deals with wireless networks (the technology and standards used, their components as well as their security) the advantages of wireless networks and its disadvantages. This course is divided into two practical and theoretical sections, where the practical section consists of identifying network components and tools, different network cables, network commands, numbers of virtual and physical devices, creating users and groups, sharing print and files, and controlling devices remotely.

  • 15110332: Computer Maintenance [2 Credit Hours]

    The course aims to employ multimedia to serve the educational process, by developing computer skills in designing and producing a graphic information package to transfer information through multimedia represented in the digital image, digital sound, digital video and animation, and multimedia based presentations.

  • 15110315: Educational Sociology [3 Credit Hours]

    The course introduces students to the notion of sociology and its evolution, the definitions of education and society, the interaction between education and society, the identification of social construction and social organization, and the definition of social classes. The student will be introduced to the concepts of culture and personality in addition to learning about social change, growth, social interaction, and social processes.