Al al-Bayt University Teaching Members' Extent of Commitment of Codes of Ethics from Students' View Point

Nayef Hamed Alomoush, Khaled Ali Alserhan, Khalaf Hamdan Bani Khaled

Abstract


This study aimed at knowing the Al al-Bayt University teaching members' extent of commitment of codes of ethics from students' view point. Society of study consisted of (271) students at Al al-Bayt University in the first semester of the academic year 2010-2011. Tool of the study consisted of three fields: human relations with the students, teaching and learning and personal attributes. Results of the study revealed that the total average of Al al-Bayt University teaching members' extent of commitment of codes of ethics from students' view point was high. The total average was (3.87), with the following sequence: human relations with the students, teaching and learning then personal attributes and it was high in the three fields. This study also revealed that there are discrepancies of significant statistical indications at the indication level (a=0.05) in students' view towards the teaching members' level of commitment of codes of ethics on the total level attributed to the variable of (academic year) in favor of the second year and higher. The study recommended the necessity of drawing the attention of researchers towards conducting a study to reveal the commitment of teaching members of the governmental and private universities to teaching codes of ethics; and to invite the Ministry of Higher Education to adopt unified codes of ethics with universities for the profession of university teaching.

Keywords


Teaching Members’ Extent, Commitmental Codes of Ethics

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