Degree of Competency in Practicing Basic Education for Kindergarten Teachers from the Point of View of the Teachers Themselves
AbstractThe study aimed to identify the degree of practicing the basic educational competencies of kindergarten teachers from the point of view of the teachers themselves. The study sample consisted of 125 randomly selected teachers. The researcher used the questionnaire as a tool of study consisting of 50 paragraphs divided into five areas (personal competencies, competencies for the management of the classroom and interaction with children, competencies of teaching skills, educational competencies for human relations, and the field of professional growth). After the statistical analysis was performed, the study reached the following results: There were statistically significant differences at 0.05 between the bachelor degree on the one hand and the diploma and postgraduate studies on the other hand. The differences were in favor of Bachelor of personal competencies. Also, there is the existence of statistical significant difference ( 0.05 ) between 10 years and more and 5-10 years. This difference is based on the benefit of 10 years and more educational competencies for the field of human relations. The researcher recommended that training courses should be organized as this would contribute to increasing the efficiency and skills of kindergarten teachers.
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Hamda, F. A. A. (2018). Degree of Competency in Practicing Basic Education for Kindergarten Teachers from the Point of View of the Teachers Themselves. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 14(10), 136. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2018.v14n10p136