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القدرة التنبؤية للذات المهنية والكفاية الذاتية في فعالية المرشد المدرسي ‏

أحمد صمادي* و يوسف حواتمة** ‏

‏* جامعة اليرموك، الأردن.‏
‏** وزارة التربية والتعليم، الأردن.‏
 

Doi://10.47015/16.4.5                          

JJES,16(4), 2020, 477-487

 

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى الكشف عن القدرة التنبؤية للذات المهنية والكفاية ‏الذاتية في فعالية المرشد المدرسي لدى المرشدين المدرسيين في محافظة إربد. ‏شارك في الدراسة (232 مرشدًا ومرشدة) منهم (110) مرشدين و(122) مرشدة ‏من المرشدين العاملين في مدارس محافظة إربد خلال الفصل الدراسي الثاني من ‏العام الدراسي (2018/2019). ولتحقيق أهداف الدراسة، تمّ استخدام ثلاثة ‏مقاييس هي: مقياس الذات المهنية، ومقياس الكفاية الذاتية، ومقياس فعالية ‏المرشد المدرسي، بعد التأكد من خصائصها السيكومترية. وأظهرت النتائج أن ‏مستوى كل من: الذات المهنية و الكفاية الذاتية في فعالية المرشدين المدرسيين ‏في محافظة إربد جاء بدرجة "متوسطة". كما أظهرت النتائج أن الذات المهنية ‏فسرت ما نسبته (15%) من التباين في فعالية المرشد، فيما فسرت الكفاية ‏الذاتية ما نسبته (10%) من التباين في فعالية المرشد. وأوصت الدراسة بعقد ‏الدورات التدريبية التخصصية للمرشدين لرفع الذات المهنية والكفاية الذاتية ‏لديهم، وهو ما ينعكس على فعاليتهم الإرشادية، وتوظيف متغيري الذات المهنية ‏والكفاية الذاتية في انتقاء المرشدين. ‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: الذات المهنية، الكفاية الذاتية، فعالية المرشد المدرسي)


 

The Predictability of Professional Self and Self Efficacy in ‎the Effectiveness of School Counselors

Ahmad Smadi, Yarmouk University, Jordan.‎


Yousef Hwatmeh, Ministry of Education, Jordan
 

Abstract:

The study aimed to explore the predictive ability of professional ‎self and self-efficacy in the counselor effectiveness among ‎school counselors in Irbid Governorate. 232 school counselors ‎‎(110 males, 122 females) working in the schools of Irbid ‎Governorate participated in the study. To achieve the aims of ‎the study, three measures were used: Professional Self, Self-‎efficacy and Counselor Effectiveness, after their psychometric ‎properties were enssured. The results showed that the levels of ‎professional self, self-efficacy and counselor effectiveness ‎among school counselors were moderate. Also, the results of ‎the study showed that professional self explained (15%) of the ‎variation in counselor effectiveness, while self-efficacy ‎explained (10%) of the variation in the counselor effectiveness. ‎In light of the results, the researchers recommended conducting ‎in-service training workshops for counselors to improve their ‎self-efficacy and professional self and applying both self- ‎efficacy and professional self in the counselor selection procces‎.

(Keywords: Professional Self, Self-efficacy, School Counselor Effectiveness)

 

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