This quantitative study aimed to investigate Islamic education teachers’ role in developing citizenship values among students in the post- basic school (Grades 11-12) in the Sultanate of Oman. Many studies have revealed that citizenship values not addressed adequately through the curriculum, and teachers experience many challenges in teaching citizenship values in the era of globalization and modernity. Therefore, this study planned to examine the effectiveness of Islamic education teachers in developing citizenship values, and to investigate challenges facing them in achieving such learning outcomes. To achieve these aims, a questionnaire designed to examine the perceptions of supervisors and senior Islamic teachers. Random sample of (152) supervisors and senior Islamic teachers was selected from the whole study population of (274). Results showed that supervisors and senior teachers of Islamic education express high satisfaction regarding Islamic education teachers’ effort in developing citizenship values among their students. However, the study revealed several challenges facing the Islamic education teachers to be more effective in teaching citizenship values. Challenges associated with increased negative impacts of the media identified to be at the top list.
teacher role, citizenship values, post -basic education