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انجاهات معلمى الصفوف الدنيا بمرحلة الأساس بمحافظة الجزيرة

انجاهات معلمى الصفوف الدنيا بمرحلة الأساس بمحافظة الجزيرة

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Title: انجاهات معلمى الصفوف الدنيا بمرحلة الأساس بمحافظة الجزيرة
Author: الصديق ابراهيم, سمية
Abstract: This study tries to investigate the attitudes of teachers of Basic Schools in Gezira Province towards the Class Teacher System (CTS) and towards pupils, and to study the correlation of these attitudes with demographic variables of these teachers. The (CTS) is a pioneering program which implemented recently when basic schooling is invented and primary education is replaced by Basic school, so experimentation and scientific studies may consolidate the usefulness of this new technique. The researcher applied the attitude scale towards (CTS) and pupils, which is designed by the researcher. The sample consists of (120) male and female teachers. Some statistical tests were applied to verify the hypothesis of this study, those are Sign-test, Pearson Correlation Coefficient, Mann-whittney test, and Kurskall Wallis test. The study reached the following findings: 1.The attitudes of teachers of basic schools in Gezira province is statistically positive in two dimensions: The benefits of using (CTS), and Selection and training, while the attitudes of the following dimension is found to be statistically negative: attitudes towards pupils, while the attitudes towards the difficulties of (CTS) is found to be moderate. 2.There is no significant correlation coefficient between (CTS) and experience of teaching, except on the dimension of the attitudes towards the difficulties of (CTS) is found to be negatively correlated with experience. 3.There is no statistical significant difference in dimensions of the attitudes towards (CTS) between males and females teachers. 4. There is no statistical significant difference in dimensions of the attitudes towards (CTS) between trained and non-trained teachers. 5. There is no statistical significant difference in dimensions of the attitudes towards (CTS) between different teachers who supervised first, second or third class. Finally, the researcher cited the references and the appendices, and some recommendations and suggestions for further studies is proposed.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/10397
Date: 2015-05-07


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