Attitudes of Secondary School Students in Jordan Toward Contemporary Educational Concepts


  •  Nibal Abdelkarim Mousa Malkawi    

Abstract

This study aimed to identify the degree of awareness of secondary school students in public schools in Jordan of modern educational concepts and the extent of their representation. The sample of the study consisted of 920 male and female students, a questionnaire consisted of 54 items was distributed among them, it was consisted of six domains, according to independent variables which are: gender, specialization, region, where the dependent variable was the degree of awareness of secondary school students of modern educational concepts.

The results showed that the relative importance of the domains in the total score was 72.14% when the domains obtained the following: the concept of integrated personality (73.36%), education for life and work (70.10%), responsibility (74.35%), continuous education (72.42%), rationality and critical thinking (72.38%), and the concept of democracy in the field of education (70.30%), the effect of the gender variable in favor of males has been shown in the total degree and on all fields of study, as well as the scientific specialization in all areas and the total degree, differences have appeared in favor of urban students in the total degree and for the benefit of rural students in the areas: building an integrated personality, and take responsibility and democratic education.



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  • Issn(Print): 1927-5250
  • Issn(Onlne): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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