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Volume 18, No. 2, June 2022 

Doi: //10.47015/18.2

Articles in Arabic

 

The Degree of Applying Total Quality Management (TQM) Standards Application in ‎the Royal Commission Schools in Jubail from the Teachers' Perspective ‎

Salman Al-Shahrany and Obaid Al-Sobaiey

 

Academic Burnout and Its Relationship with Self-regulation and Emotional Regulation ‎among Hashemite University Students

Ahmad Mahasneh, Ahmad Al-Awan and Omar Al-Adamat

 

The Predictive Ability of Self-efficacy of Academic Passion among Yarmouk University ‎Students

 

Tamara Husban and Faisal Al-Rabie’‎

 

An Analytical Study of the Lower Grades Art Education Curriculum Textbooks in ‎Light of the Field of Learning Standards

Mohammad  Al-Dosari and Abdulmohsen bin Hoaimel

 

Predictive Ability of Acadimic Hardiness of Cognitive Test Anxiety among Irbid ‎University Collage Students

Mohammed Melhim, Abdelnaser Al-Jarah and Mohammed Al- Sheraideh

 

The Effectiveness of Learning Based on the Analysis of Mathematical Errors in ‎Improving Metacognitive Thinking Ability among Seventh-grade Students

Ali Al-Barakat, Amal Khasawneh and Suleiman Al-Mahmoud

 

The Effectiveness of Using the instructional Scaffolding Strategy in Teaching ‎Mathematics in Improving the Self-efficacy of High-school Students in Jordan

Emad Barrouq, Ali Al-Zu’bi and Tareq Jawarneh

 

The Reality of the University Environment of the University of Taibah from Its ‎Students’ View

Hilal Al-Harethi

 

The Inspiring Leadership of the Principals of Irbid Governorate Schools and Its ‎Relationship to Teachers’ Passion toward Their Profession from the Teachers’ Point of ‎View

Ghadeer Khataibeh and Asmaa Al-Abderuhman

 
• Analysis of Science Book Questions (McGraw-Hill Series) for the Intermediate Stage in the ‎Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Light of the Theory of Brain-based Learning

“Mohammad Khair” Nawafleh and Assma’ Al-Shaik

 
The Effectiveness of a Web 2.0-based Reciprocal-teaching Paradigm in ‎Developing Saudi-university Students’ Reading Comprehension

Mahmoud Nasr           

 

 

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