How Inclusive could be Jordanian Curricula for Kindergartens Care from Teachers' Perspectives
Journal of Educational & Psychological Sciences
The study aimed to identify the effect of the Jordanian curricula for kindergartens care according to the teachers' views. However, the study seeks to answer the following questions:-1-What are the teachers' evaluations for including the text curricula into the program, for each article? 2-What is the teachers' evaluation for including the text curricula into the program, for each of the three subjects? 3-What is the teachers' evaluation for including the text curricula into the program for all
... the program for all criteria's? 4-Can differences, if any, among teachers' evaluation at (α=0.05) for the curtext curricula program (ego-center-educational environments-teaching experience) be attributed to qualifications and experiences and their interactions? To answer the study questions, the researcher applied random samples that consisted of (84( teachers, working at different kindergarten locations of public and private sector south of Jordan (Aqaba-Taafilea-Emma'n). The researcher has developed the data form to include (35( article distributed over three areas. The end results were:--The teachers' evaluation was high for educational environment, average for teaching experience, and weak for ego-center. -Teachers' evaluation for all the articles in data form was low. -There was no effect for the qualifications nor the experience and their interaction on teachers' evaluations for the data form.