Impact of Hidden Curriculum on Ethical and Aesthetic Values of Sixth Graders in Tafila Directorate of Education

Mohammad Al.qomoul, Atallah Al.roud

Abstract


The present research attempts to investigate the impact of the hidden curriculum on ethical and aesthetic values of
sixth graders in Tafila Directorate of education. It also, aims at counting the means and differences between the
grades of the positive effects and the grades of the negative effects of both ethical and aesthetic values of the students.
However, the researchers use descriptive analytical method to answer the questions of the study. The instruments of
the study were actually two questionnaires, one for ethical values and the other for aesthetic values. The sample of
the study was 120 students chosen randomly to match the study’s objectives. The results reveal noticeable statistical
differences (α=05) between the means of the positive values effects and the means of the negative values effects. It
also reveals statistical differences ( F α=05) in the means of the positive aesthetic values and means of negative
aesthetic values in favor of positive values.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v6n1p35

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