The Range of Personal and Technical Skills 21st C. Teachers have from the Perspective of School Principals at the First Directorate of Education in Amman, Jordan

Hussein Hikmat Mistareehi


The study aimed to identify the range teachers of Arabic have regarding twenty-first century skills (personal and technical) from the perspective of school principals at Amman first directorate of education. Sample of the study comprised (80) principles. The researcher designed a questionnaire of two fields on the above-mentioned skills. Each of these fields include four sub-skills with eight indicators for each of them. Findings of the study unveiled that, with regard to the first filed (personal skills), Arabic language teachers got a very high level of leadership skill, but results of other skills rated high with various arithmetic means sequentially arranged as follows: critical thinking, distinction, and change.

In the second field (technical skills), the findings revealed that teachers of Arabic possess various levels of skill in the following order: first came learning via technology, with a high level, while skills of research, computer and electronic learning were with medium levels.

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