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Volume :5 Issue : 19 1989      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

A survery on the effectiveness of educational competencies and their sources according to High School teachers of Erbid and Jarash Cities in Jordan

Auther : Nasser Y. Moqablah

The purposes of this study are to explore the effects of some teacher’s demographic variables such as sex, teaching experience, teacher’s academic degree and teacher’s estimation how their own supervisors would rate them on the perceived competencies and to determine the source of their competencies. The study sample consisted of (167) high school teachers who were selected from secondary high school teachers in Irbid and Jarash cities in Jordan. A questionnaire containing (50) statement divided into seven areas used in this study to examine the teachers’ proficiencies and the source of their competencies. The validity and reliability of the instrument was established.

To test the six questions of the study, descriptive statistical techniques such as: frequencies, median, rank, and One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), and one way Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) were used as (0.05) level of significance.

The major findings of the study were as follows:

- It was found that male teachers were more proficient than female teachers in practicing teaching competency in the area of ‘knowledge of subject meter, using teaching activities and techniques”.

- There was no differences between teacher’s years’ of experience, subject matter taught, teachers academic degree received and the degree of proficiency to the teaching competencies in the seven area.

- There was significant correlation between teachers’ estimated ratings from his/her supervisors with the teachers’ proficiency as far as the competency area of “subject matter taught, teaching activities, and techniques. “Planning and specifying instructional objectives and analyzing of the objectionable to the teaching process” and in the area of Motivation.

- The result indicated that (49.7%) of the subjects in the study reported they developed there competencies through work experiences, and (8.06%) of the teachers developed their competencies through university.

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