Main Article Content
The study aimed to identify the impact of modern technologies on academic achievement in scientific subjects in Kuwaiti schools, and to identify the reality of tablet application in the middle stage from the viewpoint of science teachers in terms of the learning environment, the learner, the teacher, the technology infrastructure used, and the effect of gender and teaching experience variables And the scientific qualification in that. The study followed the descriptive and analytical approach, and the sample of the study consisted of 491 male and female teachers. A questionnaire was applied to them consisting of 46 phrases distributed on five axes. The results concluded that the degree to which science teachers at the intermediate level used modern technologies in the educational process as a whole was low, and that the reality of applying modern technologies in the educational process was moderate. The results also showed that there are statistically significant differences about the degree of using modern technologies in the educational process due to the variables of teaching experience and scientific qualification, while there are no differences attributable to the gender variable, and the existence of differences about the reality of tablet application that are due to the variables of gender and teaching experience, while there are no differences attributable to the variable. Qualification.
Key words: Modern technologies, academic achievement.