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Volume 8, No. 1, March 2012, Rabia 2 1433 H

Articles in Arabic

 

 

Consistency of eighth graders classification into multiple performance levels in mathematics by using the bookmark method

The study aims at identifying multiple performance levels of Jordanian eighth graders in mathematics by using the bookmark method, and determining the degree of consistency of students classification according to item response theory model used in the calibration of test items.

 

Yousef Sawalmeh, Habis Zboon

 JJES,  2012, 8(1) 1 - 14


The effect of self- Learning on Tishreen University Classroom Teacher Student Employment of Synchronous and Asynchronous E-Voice Chatting Skills

TThe study aimed at measuring The effect of self- Learning on Tishreen University Classroom Teacher Student Employment of Synchronous and Asynchronous E-Voice Chatting Skills. The sample consisted of (22) students/ teachers from third year class room teachers in second faculty of Education at Tishreen University, And the instruments study were an achievement test , a performance test and an observational checklist.

 

Soha Hosamo, Fawaz Al-Abdullah

JJES,  2012, 8(1) 15 - 34


The Effect of a Language Training Program on Developing Receptive Language Skills in Preschool Children with Language Disorders in Jordan

This study aimed at exploring the effectiveness of a language training program on developing receptive language skills among children with language disorders. The study sample consisted of 20 children with language disorder who receive their treatment in the Jordanian National Center for Speech- Language Therapy in Zarqa City

 

Enas Oliemat, Merfat Fayez

JJES,  2012, 8(1) 35 - 46


 Degree of Needs' Importance and Satisfaction Among Caregivers of Children with Cancer in Jordanian Families

TThe aim of this study is to identify the degree of importance and satisfaction of caregiving needs among family members who have children with cancer in Jordan. A purposive sample (N=100) of family caregivers participated in this study, (80%) of them are females.

 

Jehad M. Alaedein

JJES,  2012, 8(1) 47 - 80


Detecting the Extent of Violating Multiple-Choice Item Writing Rules in the General Secondary Exam in Jordan

The purpose of this study is to detect violations of the multiple-choice item writing rules in the General Secondary Exam (GSE) in Jordan. A total of 2910 test items administered from 2007 to 2010 were reviewed and evaluated against 18 frequently occurring item-writing flaws.

 

Haidar I. Zaza

JJES,  2012, 8(1) 81 - 90