Evaluating the Moral Intelligence of the Late Childhood (9-12) Years in Jordan: Al-Karak Governorate Case


  •  Intisar ALdarabah    
  •  Reham Almohtadi    
  •  Mustafa Jwaifell    
  •  Raed Salah    

Abstract

This research aims to revealing the moral intelligence level of the late childhood stage’s children (9-12) years old in Al-Karak governorate in Jordan. In addition, revealing the differences according the variables (gender, family age, parent educational level, family size) on the level of the moral intelligence of the late childhood children’s stage (9-12) years old in Al-Karak governorate in Jordan. Research population consists of the children whose ages range from (9-12) years old in Al-Karak governorate in Jordan, they are the children that pertain to the late childhood stage, which means the children who study in the third, fourth , fifth and sixth grades. After treating the data with the relevant statistical methods, the results showed that the level of moral intelligence was at a medium level of the late childhood children’s stage (9-12) years old in Al-Karak governorate in Jordan. Moreover, the results indicated that there were no significant differences between the moral intelligence of the children according to (gender, family size, parent’s educational level). On the other hand, the study showed there was a significant difference between the moral intelligence on the late childhood children’s stage (9-12) years old in Al-Karak governorate in Jordan on the variable of parent’s age.


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