Perception of Secondary School Teachers for the Importance of Implementing the Ivan Illich's Deschooling Principles in the Educational Learning Process in Jordan


  •  Mohammad Saleem Al-Zboon    
  •  Lina Majed Al-Maalouf    
  •  Ghunaim Humoud AlTashah    
  •  Abdel Salam Fahad Al Awamrah    

Abstract

This study aimed at exploring the perception of secondary school teachers for the importance of implementing the Ivan Illich's Deschooling principles in the educational learning process in Jordan. For that the researchers adopted the descriptive analysis methodology through the use of the questionnaire as a study tool on a sample of (100) secondary school teachers in the three regions of Jordan (Middle Region, North Region and South Region). The study concluded that there is no significant difference between the levels of educational qualification and gender at the level of (α=0.05) in the degree of secondary school teachers' perception of the importance of applying the Deschooling principles of Ivan Illich in the educational learning process. And the researchers recommended that to re-examine the objectives of education in the light of a renewed vision for sustainable human and social development that is equitable and can be applied together, and in this vision we should take into account the social, environmental and economic dimensions of the comprehensive development processes and linking them to education processes.



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