October 27, 2021

New Humanitarian Knowledge Research :Vol(1) No (1) March 2021

 

Global Journal :Vol(1) No (1) March 2021

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Climate and Population in Models of Arabic Literature

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This study dealt with climate and population issues from the point of view of a number of Arab writers in ancient and modern times, and the study noted that Arab literature was not oblivious to these fateful issues, nor was it oblivious to the necessity of preserving the environment and the beauty of nature, and the study reached a number of results, including that Arab writers and poets dealt with the tree as a multi-directional symbol based on a number of qualities, including kindness, peace, security and faith

Keywords: Climate, population, manners, environment, tree, desert.

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The phenomenon of school dropout in Egyptian schoolscauses and motives from the viewpoint of school teachers in Upper Egypt

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The phenomenon of school dropout is one of the most difficult problems faced by countries in general and the Arab Republic of Egypt in particular. The school dropout means that the learner abandons schooling before terminating the educational stage and this have serious consequences: for instance the learner won’t be able to benefit from the knowledge, experiences and skills necessary for his physical, mental and emotional maturity. (Ahmed Obeidat, 2011, p. 40). Poverty and inadequate financial resources are the main source of this problem. As low-income families  send  their kids to pursue a profession to supply the family with money resources rather than continuing their school. The researcher gas applied the search on a sample consists of (323) teachers from Upper Egypt teachers and then uses a questionnaire that contains three axes. To calculate the validity of the internal consistency of the questionnaire, the researcher applied it to a sample of (30) individuals From the research community and not from the original sample of the research, where the correlation coefficients ranged between (0.91: 0.59).

Key words: dropout, child labor, study sample, questionnaire.

 

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The level of awareness  of first-grade teachers of Distance Learning in Southern Badia Education Directorate.

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This study aimed to find out the level of awareness among teachers of the first-grade of distance learning in Southern Badia Education Directorate. The study sample, which w as chosen by the simple random method, consisted of  (177) male and female teachers in The Southern Education Directorate. The descriptive survey method was used, and the questionnaire was developed to have the questions answered. It consisted of two parts: the first includes the following job variables (educational level and years of experience), the second measures the degree of awareness of first-grade teachers of distance learning that has been distributed into three dimensions as follows:  the first dimension is the attitudes of first-grade teachers towards distance learning, the second is barriers to distance learning, and the third is proposals for improving distance learning. The study showed a set of results, the most important of which are: the degree of awareness of distance learning among teachers of the first grade in the Directorate of Education of the Southern Badia is moderate, and the obstacles to using distance learning among teachers of the first grade in the Directorate of Education of the Southern Badia were moderate as well,  and that there are differences in the degree of awareness of first-grade teachers of distance learning in favor of those with years of 5-10 years experience.

Key words: distance learning, educational technologies, level of awareness of  first-grade teachers’

 

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The level of job satisfaction at the teachers of special education schools in the governorates of Gaza

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The current study aims at (1) recognizing the level of job satisfaction among special education male and female teachers (2) identifying the significant differences in the study scale dimensions attributed to gender, service years, and institution type. The study sample consisted of all special education male and female teachers in gaza public education governorates (245 teachers). The study used a researcher-mode scale for measuring the level of job satisfaction among the study participants.

Results of the study showed that the participants satisfaction with the relation between institution staff got the first rank with a relative weight of 80% followed by satisfaction with monthly salary (79%) satisfaction with job nature (78%) satisfaction with relationship with institution administration (77.7%) satisfaction with institution environment (75.3) and the overall relative weight of the scale was 78% the study results also showed that while there were statistically significant differences in two dimensions (satisfaction with monthly salary and satisfaction with institutional environment and the overall score of the scale in favor of males, there were no significant differences in the dimentions of satisfaction with job nature, relationship with institution staff, and relationship with institution administration attributed to gender, results also revealed that there were no statistically significant differences in all scale dimensions and the overall sore of the scale except that there were significant differences in satisfaction with relationship with institution staff in favor of service years (less than 5 years and more than 11 years) additionally , it was revealed that while there were significant differences in both satisfaction with monthly salary and satisfaction with institutional  environment in favor of males, there were no statistically significant differences in satisfaction with job nature, relationship with institution staff, and institution administration attributed to gender.

Keywords: Education, Gaza, difficulties, teachers, studies, institution

 

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The impact of training on improving the performance of staff in private Jordanian universities

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This study aims to identify the impact of training on improving the performance of staff in private Jordanian universities. The researcher developed a questionnaire containing (35) questions distributed to (220) employees from private Jordanian universities, to achieve the goal of the study, and (191) were retrieved. A questionnaire is valid for analysis.

The study reached several results, the most prominent of which was that training had an impact on improving the performance of staff in private Jordanian universities. This is because it has an impact in developing their skills and abilities towards the jobs they perform to reach the achievement of goals. Where the results showed that there is a statistically significant effect at the significance level (a = 0.05) for training in its dimensions (defining training needs, designing the training program, implementing the training program, evaluating the training program) on improving the performance of staff in its dimensions (the pursuit of achievement, strategic thinking, and problem solving in private Jordanian universities.

Key words: training, performance improvement, employee performance, private Jordanian universities.

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The level of Jordanian youth using E-shopping considering some geographical variables

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This study aimed to determine the level of Jordanian youth use of e-shopping in light of the variables of gender, place of residence, and economic level, and to achieve the objectives of this study, the electronic shopping scale of Shahzad (2015) was translated and applied to a sample of (700) individuals in the governorates of the region  The Jordanian north, consisting of Irbid, Ajloun, Jerash, and Mafraq governorate.  The results showed that the level of Jordanian youth’s use of e-shopping was to a weak degree. The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences due to gender, place of residence, and economic level in the responses of respondents to the e-shopping scale.

Keywords:: e-shopping, Jordanian youth, geographical variables.

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Comic themes In a stroll of souls and a funny frowning Ali bin Soudoun Al-Yashghawi (d. 868 A.H.) *

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It’s a review of the book (a stroll of souls and a funny frowning), by Ibn Sudun al-Yishbghawi who died in the year 868 AH., And cultural events of the Mamluk era.

Keywords: Mamluks, books, literature, social life, history.

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How can we teach our children in times of crisis? (benefit from the experience of city of Mosul)٭

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The idea of the article is summarized by its interest in presenting educational methods and teaching methods for children and was tried in the city of Mosul during the period of ISIS control for a period of three years, as the people of this city lived in situations that may be somewhat similar in the case of the spread of the covid-19 virus, and that is to say, the voluntary ban by not Sending their children to schools and families’ dependence on home education. Therefore we wrote this article and mentioned some of these methods in teaching children to benefit from the experience and to draw attention to this city, which suffered silently and without anyone knowing about its suffering and its experiences.

Key words : education , teching , crisis.

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