الأدوار والوظائف الإرشادية للمرشد التربوي في المدرسة الأردنية والاختلاف في ممارستها تبعاً للجنس والعمر والمؤهل العلمي والخبرة والتخصص.

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الأدوار والوظائف الإرشادية للمرشد التربوي في المدرسة الأردنية والاختلاف في ممارستها تبعاً للجنس والعمر والمؤهل العلمي والخبرة والتخصص.

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Title: الأدوار والوظائف الإرشادية للمرشد التربوي في المدرسة الأردنية والاختلاف في ممارستها تبعاً للجنس والعمر والمؤهل العلمي والخبرة والتخصص.
Author: Al Zaghalil, Ahmad [احمد الزغاليل]; Al Sharah, Hussein [حسين الشرعة]
Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to explore the roles actually carried out by Jordanian Counselors in the school setting, as well as, to investigate the differences in practicing these roles as related to sex, age, academic qualifications, experiences, and areas of specialization. A sample of (203) male and female counselors responded to a questionnaire, consisted of (40) items concerning their roles as school counselors. The results showed, that the ten (10) most practiced roles by counselors were: Developing programmes for counseling, counseling students individually regarding their personal problems, planing suitable methods to achieve the objectives of the counseling programes, providing students with vocational information's, providing parents, teachers, and students with information regarding studying habits, providing students with information about educational opportunities after high school, keeping the public (parents, students and teachers) informed of available counseling programmes, and consult with teachers concerning educational adjustment and student behaviors. Results also showed that there were significant differences between male and female counselors in practicing eleven (11) out of forty (40) roles, expected from counselors to be practiced. The analysis of variance revealed significant differences between the four age groups in practicing three roles. Also significant differences were found between the three academic degree levels in practicing five roles, and significant differences between the four levels of experiences were found in practicing four roles On the other hand, the results indicated no significant differences between the five fields of specialization in practicing any of the total forty- (40) roles, which are expected from counselors to be practiced.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/8238
Date: 1998

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