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Volume 11, No. 2, June 2015, Shaaban, 1436 H

Articles in Arabic                                    البحوث باللغة العربية



The Effectiveness of a Strategy Based on Teaching Thinking in Developing the Critical Reading Skills of Fifth-Grade Students

Abstract: This study aimed at examining the effectiveness of the TIPS strategy for teaching thinking in developing the critical reading skills of fifth-grade students in the Governorate of Irbid. The sample of this study consisted of 109 male and female students from two separate schools (one school for boys and one school for girls).


Mohammad Al-Hawamdeh

 JJES,  2015, 11(2) 113-127

The Effectiveness of Existential Counseling in Improving Spiritual Intelligence and Perceived Self Efficacy among Breast Cancer Patients in Jordan

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to develop a group counseling program based on existential counseling for breast cancer women patients, and to investigate its effect on spiritual intelligence (SQ) and perceived self efficacy (PSE).


Shaima' Oweidah
Mohammed Nazih Hamdi

JJES,  2015, 11(2)129-143

Teachers’ Attitudes toward Integrating Children with Physical Disabilities in Public Schools in Northern Saudi Arabia

Abstract: The objective of this study was to identify teachers’ attitudes in northern Saudi Arabia toward integrating children with physical disabilities in the public school sector in addition to measuring these attitudes with respect to the following variables: gender, degree credentials and years of work experience.


Osama Bataineh

Mad allah Rwaili

 JJES,  2015, 11(2) 145-168

Arabic Language Learning Strategies among Malaysian Students at Yarmouk University as Related to the Variables of Specialization and Gender

Abstract: This study aimed at investigating the level of using Arabic language learning strategies among Malaysian students at Yarmouk University, and whether there would be statistical significant differences at the level (α = 0.05) in their using of these strategies due to the variables of: student's specialization, and gender.


Mohammed Al-Khawaldeh 

 JJES,  2015, 11(2) 169-186 

The Effectiveness of the Roundhouse Strategy in the Instruction of The Eco-system Unit to Eighth Grade Male Students on Immediate and Delayed Achievement and Improving Their Attitudes Towards Science

Abstract: This study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of roundhouse strategy in the instruction of the Eco-system unit to eighth grade male students on immediate and delayed achievement and improving their attitudes towards science. The study sample consisted of (63) male students in Al-Russaifa city in Jordan.


Saleh Hajahjeh
Ahmed Al-Alwan
Ahmed Mahasneh

 JJES,  2015, 11(2) 187-200

The reality of Talent Management of Emerging School Leaders in the Gneral Educational Directorates in the Sultanate of Oman

Abstract: This study aimed at exploring the reality of talent management of emerging school leaders in the General Educational Directorates in Sultanate of Oman and ways to improve it. Qualitative and quantitative approaches were used for data collection by using a questionnaire and semi-structured interviews.


Khalsah Al-Harthi
Aisha Al-Harthi
Wajeha Al-Ani

JJES,  2015, 11(2) 201-217

The Degree of Availability of Skills of Knowledge Economy among Students at Faculty of Social Sciences at AL Imam Mohamed Ibn Saud Islamic University from the perspectives of Faculty Members and students

Abstract: The objectives of the present study are to recognize the availability of skills of Knowledge Economy among students at the faculty of Social Sciences at AL-Imam Mohamed Ibn Saud Islamic University from the perspective of faculty members and students, and to recognize the effect of some variables on the sample of the study in determining the extent of skills of knowledge Economy among students.



Essam Ramadan

 JJES,  2015, 11(2)

Brain Dominance and its Relationship to Creative Thinking among University Students in Jordon in the Light of Some Demographic Variables

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the patterns of brain dominance among university students in Jordon, and their relationship to creative thinking, gender, grade level, and academic specialization. A cluster sample of (303) students participated in the study.


Zahria Abdelhaq

Sabah Al-Ajeli

JJES,  2015, 11(2)239-254