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Volume 13, No. 3, September 2017, Thu Al-Hijjah 2, 1438 H

Articles in Arabic             البحوث باللغة العربية

 

 

Proportional Thinking Levels of Eleventh Grade Female Students in Jordan

Abstract: This study aimed to explore proportional thinking levels of eleventh grade female students in Jordan. This study also aimed to investigate the differences in proportional thinking due to: levels of mathematics achievement, and the academic stream, as well as the interaction between them. To acheieve the aim of the study, a pilot study was conducted to determine the types of proportional thinking of female students.

 

 

Ruba Miqdady

and Najah Al-Quraan

 JJES,  2017, 13(3) 263-274

The Mental Health Level Among a Sample of Married Syrian Underage Females

Abstract: The study aimed to examine the mental health level among a sample of married Syrian underage refugee females in Jordan. The sample of the study consisted of (301) Syrian underage refugee females who have been married in Jordan. To achieve the aim of the study, a mental health scale was developed. The results of the study indicated that the mental health level of Syrian underage refugee females who have been married in Jordan was moderate.

 

 

Omar Alshawashereh,

 and Tariq Jeet

JJES,  2017, 13(3) 275-290

Digital Citizenship in the National and Civic Education Textbooks: An Analytical Study

Abstract: The study aimed to identify the degree of embedding digital citizenship concepts in the national and civic education textbooks, and the familiarity of the teachers with digital citizenship concepts. The sample of the study consisted of (43) teachers of the national and civic education in Irbid Governorate, and of all the textbooks of national and civic education for the academic year 2016/2017.

 

 

 

Hadi Tawalbeh

 

JJES,  2017, 13(3)  291-308 

An Analysis of the Physics Textbook Content Within the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the physics textbooks in Saudi Arabia in light of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The descriptive analytical method was used in this study. Also, the physics books analysis tool had been prepared in accordance to the next generation physics science standards and in the energy dimension for the following three essentials: (Disciplinary core ideas, the science and engineering practices and the crosscutting concepts).

 

 

 

Nidhal Alahmad

 and Maha Albaqami

JJES,  2017, 13(3)  308-326

The Effectiveness of Studying a Course in "Technology of Nanomaterials" on the Acquisition of Fundamental Knowledge and Attitudes Toward Nanotechnology

Abstract: This study aimed to identify the effectiveness of studying an introductory course in "Technology of Nanomaterials" on the acquisition of fundamental knowledge and attitudes towards nanotechnology among students of engineering materials at Balqa Applied University in Jordan. The sample consisted of (24) students enrolled in the course during the first semester of the academic year 2015-2016. To measure the students acquisition of fundamental knowledge of nanotechnology, a test consisted of (35) items was applied, and to determine students' attitudes, a questionnaire consisted of (29) items was applied to the same sample.

 

 

 

Amal Malkawi

 

JJES,  2017, 13(3)  327-338

Differences Between Teachers in Regular Classes and Classes with Disabilities in the Practice of Meta-Cognitive Skills in the Teaching Process

Abstract: The the purpose of the study is to identify to what extent teachers in regular and disabilities classes practice meta-cognitive skills, with the impact of some demographic variables such as gender, nationality, and learning stage. A descriptive comparative approach was used. The sample of the study consisted of (786) teachers: (654) teachers of regular classes and (132) teachers of disabilities. A questionnaire of three dimensions of planning, monitoring and evaluation was applied. A lower practice of meta-cognitive skills in both teachers of regular and disabilities classes was found in all dimensions.

 

 

Hayfaa Alyousef,

 Fawzi Aldoukhi

 and Mubarak Aldherwa

 JJES,  2017, 13(3)  339-355

The Effectiveness of Graphic Organizers in Improving Written Expression Skills Among Students With Learning Disabilities

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of graphic organizers in improving written expression skills among students with learning disabilities. The study sample consisted of (30) students in 5th grade with learning disabilities at schools of Mafraq district; (15) of them as an experimental group, and the other (15) as a control group. The experimental group was subjected to the teaching method which consisted of (26) training sessions. The tools that were used to collect data were a test of written expression and a scale of written expression skills

 

 

Ahmed Al-Zboun

 and Mayada Al-Natour

 JJES,  2017, 13(3) 357-371

The Organizational Justice Prevailing in Jordanian Universities and its Relationship with Organizational Confidence From Faculty Staff Members' Point of View

Abstract: The study aimed to examine the organizational Justice prevailing at Jordanian Uni-versities and its relationship organizational confidence from faculty staff members' point of view. The sample of the study consisted of (378) Faculty staff members teaching at Jordanian universities . To achieve the aim of the study, a questionnaire of (32) items was used. 

 

Najwa Darawsheh

 JJES,  2017, 13(3) 373-388