The Social Sciences

Year: 2012
Volume: 7
Issue: 6
Page No. 827 - 831

Multiple Intelligence by Social Studies Teachers in Jordan

Authors : Jamal Abdel-Fattah Al-Assaf and Fadi Soud Faried Samawi

Abstract: The study aimed to verify the level of multiple intelligences by Social Studies teachers in Jordan. The sample consisted of 250 teachers in the Departments of Education of Amman, the first 5 were chosen the way of class and to achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher built its tool in the light of the educational literature and previous studies was applied to the sample after making sure of its sincerity and persistence. The results of the study that the level of multiple intelligences by Social Studies teachers in Jordan was average, also found that there were significant differences in the level of intelligences are attributable to the impact of years of experience in all areas except for intelligence logical mathematical and results showed that there was no statistically significant differences attributable to the impact of qualification in all areas except for emotional intelligence and the differences were in favor of bachelor’s. As well as the lack of statistically significant differences attributable to the impact of sex in all areas except for emotional intelligence, intelligence and environmental differences were in favor of males. And the presence of statistically significant differences between groups experience different levels of multiple intelligences.

How to cite this article:

Jamal Abdel-Fattah Al-Assaf and Fadi Soud Faried Samawi, 2012. Multiple Intelligence by Social Studies Teachers in Jordan. The Social Sciences, 7: 827-831.

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