This study sought to identify the quality of teaching performance for teachers of social and national studies at educational stages in the light of the requirements of the knowledge economy. Sample randomly selected and consisted of (N=600) teachers during the first semester of the academic year (2014/2015). To achieve the study goals, a tool was developed and consisted of five areas and number of - 55- items. The researcher used the following statistical treatments: extraction of averages, standard deviations, multiple analysis and the test of (Scheffe). Results showed that the degree of possession of social and national studies teachers was large in all areas of the tool (teaching strategies, learning techniques, student, teacher, evaluation), the presence of differences in favor of male teachers compared with the female teachers, the presence of differences in favor of teachers who have experience (less than 5 years) compared with teachers who have experience (5-15 years), and teachers who have experience (over 15 years), the presence of differences in favor of for teachers holding (master) compared with teachers holding (doctorate), and the presence of differences in favor of secondary teachers compared to teachers of the basic stage. This study recommends recruiting strategies of teaching and educational activities that raise students' thinking on of the requirements of the knowledge economy of social and national studies subjects.
"The Quality of Teaching Performance for Teachers of Social and National Studies at Educational Stages in The Light of the Requirements of the Knowledge Economy,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 31
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol31/iss5/6