Competências pedagógicas dos professores do ensino profissional na Jordânia
Palavras-chave:competências de ensino, implementação, métodos de ensino, professor de educação profissional
Apresentamos neste texto, um estudo que prentende determinar as competências de ensino - implementação e métodos de ensino - dos professores do ensino profissional nas escolas de base, filiadas na Direção de Educação da província de Ajloun no Reino Hachemita da Jordânia. Um estudo descritivo, onde se utilizou também um questionário que consistiu em (26) itens como instrumento de estudo. A população do estudo foi constituída por todos os professores do ensino profissional nas escolas da província de Ajloun, que contava com (115) professores, sendo que a amostra do estudo foi constituída por (50) professores. Isto está à frente da adequação da implementação que foi a uma taxa de (71%) e em grande medida para cada um deles.
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