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Qabas Noori Abbas


The study aimed to reveal the requirements of integrated education in the process of teaching the Holy Qur’an and Islamic education for the intermediate stage that must be available in the axes (the educational situation or the educational environment, the curriculum, the teacher, the learner), as well as the differences in the responses of the research sample. To achieve the objectives of the research, the descriptive approach was relied on. The study sample consisted of (110) teachers and schools, from the teachers of the Holy Qur’an and Islamic education in Anbar, and the questionnaire was a tool for collecting information. The results of the research resulted in:
• The evaluation of teachers in middle schools for blended education in terms of its requirements that must be met in each of the axes (the educational environment, the curriculum, the teacher and the learner) is very large.
• In terms of the degree of availability of blended education requirements, each of the axes (the educational environment) scored a weak score, and the axes (the curriculum, the teacher and the learner) scored a medium score.
• The research recommended the necessity of benefiting from the results of the research, especially with regard to the axes of the teacher and the environment.


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Abbas, Q. N. (2022). The Extent of Awareness of the Requirements of Blended Education in Teaching the Holy Qur’an and Islamic Education according to the Subject’s Teachers. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 29(3, 1), 418–448.


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