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Title: An improved approach of teaching Islamic archeology in the faculties of tourism
Authors: Abdel Naby, Heba Mahmoud Saad
Item type: Conference publication
Keywords: Islamic archeology;Τechnology;Internet;Τeaching and learning tools;Ισλαμική αρχαιολογία;Τεχνολογία;Διαδίκτυο;Διδακτικά μαθησιακά εργαλεία
Subjects: Geography
Issue Date: 4-Feb-2015
Publisher: ΔΡ.Α.Τ.Τ.Ε.- Ινστιτούτο Τουριστικών Μελετών και Ερευνών
Abstract: Abstract: As a developing country that depends greatly on tourism, Egypt needs to upgrade the knowledge and skills of its workforce in the field of Tourism. The tour guide is one of the main jobs in that field and thus; the preparation of a tour guide is increasingly important. The study of archeology plays a central role in the preparation of a successful tour guide. Therefore, the study aims to present an improved approach of teaching archeology in the faculties of tourism. The adopted approach focuses on two main aspects; implementing technology as a tool for a better teaching and learning experience and developing students’ skills not just to gain knowledge but to be engaged in the construction of knowledge. The adopted approach was implemented on one of the courses of Islamic archeology taught in the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alex. University, Egypt and was evaluated to determine its advantages and disadvantages and its efficiency to be applied on other courses of archeology in the faculties of tourism.
Language: English
Citation: Abdel Naby, H. (2010) An improved approach of teaching Islamic archeology in the faculties of tourism. "Tourism Issues".13. p.75-87.
Journal: Τουριστικά θέματα
Tourism Issues
Type of Journal: Without a review process
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License: Αναφορά Δημιουργού-Μη Εμπορική Χρήση-Όχι Παράγωγα Έργα 3.0 Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες
Appears in Collections:Τεύχος 13 (Σεπτέμβριος 2010)

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