The Availability Degree of Curriculum Leader Competencies from the Employees’ Point of View

Ghazi J. Khaliefeh, Khalid A. Al-Sarairah

Abstract


This study aimed at inquiring the availability degree of curriculum leader competencies from the employees’ point of view, and detecting the differences in the availability degree of these competencies in light of some variables: the job, gender, academic qualification, experience, and the level of school.
To achieve this goal the researchers adopts a questionnaire consisted of (40) items distributed into three domains: planning and development, application, and evaluation. The validity of questionnaire was assured by a group of juries, and the reliability was calculated using a pilot study, Pearson correlation coefficient, and cronbach- Alpha consistency coefficient. Their values were 0.89, 0.96 respectively.
A classified sample of (234) were chosen randomly with percentage 0.16% from the population of the study, using means, t-test for independent samples, and ANOVA, the study showed the following results:
1. A medium degree to the availability of curriculum leader competencies for all the domains of curriculum planning and development competencies, and high availability degree of some competencies.
2. There were no significant differences in the availability degree of curriculum planning and development leader competencies attributed to these variables: the job, academic qualification, experience, and the school level.
3. There were significant differences in the availability degree of curriculum planning and development leader competencies due to the gender in favor of the female employees.
Finally, the study presented some recommendations the most important was the necessity to reach the highest degree to the curriculum leader competencies.

Keywords


Competencies’, Curriculum leaders, School leaders, Employees

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