This quantitative study discussed the students’ attitudes towards the computers learning, the problem is; The existence of many obstacles that prevent students from benefiting from the computer learning, including Internet coverage and its strength, the need for training in computer tech and the presence of a tendency among some teachers to keep with traditional education. Therefore, the objectives of the study were: to diagnose the 12th graders' attitudes toward using the computer. And knowing the statistically significant differences in students’ attitudes towards computer use due to their computer experiences, and receiving a previous course in it. The researcher adopted the descriptive analytical method. The study population consisted of (953) twelfth-grade students. The researcher chose a intended sample of (40) students. Then developed a questionnaire consisting of (44) items distributed in four fields. The data analyses were: a descriptive analysis was used to extract the averages, and (T) test to determine the significance of the differences between the averages, and Pearson correlation coefficient was used for reliability. The findings revealed that: Student attitudes toward computer use have been positive at a high level. The first place was ranked "enjoyment while working on a computer", and the second came "fear and anxiety when using a computer", And their attitudes toward using the computer according to their previous experiences indicated: There is a difference of statistical significance for the benefit of those who studied a course in computers, and for the benefit of those who received a training course in computers.
student attitudes, computer use, learning