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|Title||Classroom problems faced by the Palestinian teacher after the war on Gaza|
|Title in Arabic||المشكلات الصفية التي يواجهها المعلم الفلسطيني بعد الحرب على غزة|
The study aims to identify the most important classroom problems faced by the Palestinian teachers after the war against Gaza, from the viewpoint of the class teachers themselves, also to reveal about if there were differences with statistical indication in the responses of the teachers around the problems which they face attributed to the study variables and to produce some suggestions that helps in the limitation of those problems from the viewpoint of the class teachers themselves. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher adopted the descriptive analytical method. The study sample consisted of (324) teachers was taken randomly and as class. A questionnaire was employed as the tool of the study, which was designed and verified by the researcher for consistency and accuracy. It included (47) items covering three areas. The study concluded with the following results: The most classroom problems faced by the Palestinian teacher after the war against Gaza were the following: a. Psychological problems related to the psychological and social climate ;weight (67.44%) b. Personal problems concerns student's issues; weight (65.16%). c. Issues that are related classroom order and discipline relative weight (64.83%). No statistically significant differences between male and female, except in the third field(psychology) in favor for female teachers. There are significant differences in teacher’s assessment of problems due to stage of the school in favor of high primary school . There are No statistically significant differences in teacher’s assessment of problems due to three variables ; governorate, professional experience .
|Published in||التداعيات التربوية والنفسية للعدوان على غزة|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية بغزة|
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