This research aims at investigating the negative behaviors practiced byscience teachers that affecting their respect among their students.In addition,to clarify the level of respect in the light of their practicing these behaviors,and to determine the power of these behaviors on teacher’s respect, andits maximum accepted value.A random sample of 1800 students was used,and (120) science teachers in north sector of Jordan (Irbid, Jerash, Ajloonand Maraq) .The research instrument was a questionnaire.Its validity andreliability were established, the behaviors were (84) .Findings showedthat there were (50) behaviors practiced statistically significant, with alevel of respect ranged between weak, low and accepted.In addition, therewere (28) behaviors not practiced; but statistically significant, with a highlevel of respect.Also, there were (6) behaviors balanced in practice but notstatistically significant, with a level of respect ranged between accepted andhigh.The effect of these behaviors on respect level was ranged between weakand strong, while the maximum accepted value for seeing these behaviorswas less than (10%) between teachers.Finally, some recommendations wereintroduced to those concerned in the area to further research.
Bani Khalf, Mahmoud Hassan
"The Negative Attitudes and Practices of Science Teachers that Affect the Level of their Respect from the Perspective of the Students.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 3:
9, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol3/iss9/10