The Degree of Importance and Practice of Islamic Education's Competences among Classroom Student-Teacher's During their Practicum Program at Hashemite University

Sadeq Al-Shudaifat, Ibrahim Hammad, Ibrahim Al Zo'ubi

Abstract


This study aims at measuring the degree of importance and practice of Islamic Education's competences among classroom student-teacher's during their practicum program at Hashemite University. The study sample consists (120) student-teachers. The developed questionnaire consists of (59) items. Means, Standard Deviations, Chi Square and ANOVA are used to analyze the data of study. The findings of study indicated there were no relationship (= 0.05) between the degree of importance and practice of competences on "the competences of lesson’s preparing" dimension, and "the competences of teaching the lesson" dimension among student-teachers. There was a relationship between the degree of importance and practice of competences on "the competences of human relationships and classroom leadership" dimension, and the "evaluation" dimension among student-teachers. The study showed that the relationship between the degree of importance and practice competences did not differ significantly by students GPA.

Keywords


Islamic Education, Practicum, Classroom Teacher, Competences, the Hashemite University

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