مهارات الاقتصاد المعرفي لدى مديري ومديرات المدارس الثانوية بمحافظة حجة

  • محمد عبد الله حميد جامعة حجة
  • حمود محسن المليكي جامعة ذمار
  • عبد القادر حسين سند جامعة حجة
Keywords: Skills -, Economics, schools, Hajjah

Abstract

The aim of this research is to identify the degree to which principals have the skills of knowledge economy (creativity thinking, dealing effectively, problem
solving and decision making، information and communication technology) among secondary school principals from the teachers' point of view, It also aims to reveal if there are differences among research sample responses of demographic variables (gender, specialization, years of experience) in determining the availability of knowledge economy skills. The descriptive method is used. The research sample consists of (214) male and female teachers.

The questionnaire is applied as a tool. The results of the research shows that the members of the research sample believe that the degree of possessing the skills of knowledge economy among high school principals in Hajjah governorate from the point of view of male and female teachers come in all axes on a large scale except the ICT axis come at a medium level. (3.27), and standard deviation (.671). The results also show that there are statistically significant differences in the answers of the respondents in all the axes, due to the type variable, and in favor of the Female, The absence of statistically significant differences in all axes of the questionnaire for the specialization variable, It is also find that there is a discrepancy among the sample to the extent of possessing the skills of knowledge economy, There are differences attributed to the variable years of experience in all axes except the ICT skills axis is not significant
and the differences in the axis of creative thinking skills and the axis of interaction skills effectively and the problem of problem-solving and decision-making skills and the total score between all categories and for the benefit of the category (less than 5 years). The research reaches several recommendations, the most important of which are: holding specialized training courses and workshops to develop the information and communication technology skills among secondary school principals, and working to develop them.

Published
2020-03-30
Section
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