This study aimed to recognize the attitude of governmental schools teachersin Nablus Governorate toward the annual performance report of the year2010- 2011. It also aimed to identify the reality of these trends in the light ofthe study’s variables (Gender, specialization, education, years of experience,and school level) . The study’s community consisted of all teachers in thegovernmental schools in Nablus for the year 2010- 2011 whose number was2500 teachers from both sexes. The study’s sample consisted of 230 teachersfrom both sexes who were selected using the random stratified method.The researchers used the descriptive approach and designed aquestionnaire to collect data which consisted of 46 paragraphs and coveredthree areas (academic, human and administrative). The tool’s validityand consistency were checked and was then distributed among the study’ssample members. The data was analyzed using the arithmetic mean, standarddeviations, analysis of unilateral variance and (T) Test.The results of the study revealed that the trends of teachers ingovernmental schools toward the annual performance report were low; theyalso showed that there are no statistically significant differences regardingthe teachers in governmental schools toward the annual performance reportthat are attributed to the variables of (specialization, education, and yearsof experience). However, there were statistically significant differencesaccording to the gender variable for the favor of males, in addition to theschool level variable for the favor of the low and secondary levels.Based on these results, the researchers presented a number ofRecommendations
Abu Ali, Ali
"The Attitude of Public Schools’ Teachers in Nablus Governorate towards the Annual Performance Report for the Year 2010- 2011.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 1:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol1/iss1/9