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Volume 7, No. 1, March 2011, Rabia 2 1432 H

Articles in Arabic



Omani Teachers' Absenteeism from School in the Light of Some Demographic Variables

The purpose of this study was to investigate the reasons of teachers' absenteeism from school in the Sultanate of Oman. It also examined the effects of some demographic variables on the teachers' absence. To achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire of (75) items was developed.


Salha Issan

 JJES,  2011, 7(1) 1 - 22

The Effect of Using Linguistic Games on Developing Basic Stage Students’ Language Abilities

This study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of using linguistic games on developing basic stage fourth graders’ linguistic abilities. The sample of the study consisted of 80 male and female students.


Qasem Al- Barry

JJES,  2011, 7(1), 23 - 34

Personal Quality Performance Criteria's of Departmental Heads and Promotive Ways in Saudi Universities

The study aimed at recognizing criteria of personal quality performance for departmental heads: positive personal characteristics, human relationships, effective communication and exceeding work performance and promotion ways of these criteria' from faculty members, perspectives and discovering the differences in these perspectives, according to college and gender as well as providing some recommendations that might help in promoting personal quality of heads of departments.


Sabriyah Alyahyawi

JJES,  2011, 7(1), 35 - 58

The Degree of Applying Quality Assurance Standards in Jordanian Schools from the Educational Supervisors' Viewpoint

This study aimed at identifying the degree of applying the standards of quality assurance in Jordanian schools from the educational supervisors' point of view.The study sample consisted of 200 supervisors, 139 males and 61 females, from the different directorates of Education. in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.


Mohmood al Ameer
Abdullah Awamleh

JJES,  2011, 7(1), 59 - 76

The Perception Level of Educational Personnel in Jordan of Their New Roles in the Twenty-First Century and the Extent to which these Roles are Implemented

This study aimed at surveying the extent to which educational personnel (teachers, supervisors and school principals) are aware of their new roles effected by the new changes of the 21st century.


Mohammad AL-Kaddah

JJES,  2011, 7(1), 77 - 95

Articles in English



The Relationship between Bilingualism, Kindergarten Years and English Literacy of First Graders in Jordan

This study aims at investigating the relationship between bilingualism, and kindergarten enrolment years before formal schooling on the one hand, and learning English as a new language among the first graders in Jordan on the other. 


Fatima Jafar

 JJES,  2010, 6(4) 97 - 103