The study aimed to identify the degree ofappreciation of mathematics teachers for their rolein instilling self- learning skills among studentswith learning difficulties, and detect whether therewere statistically significant differences at the levelof significance (a≤0.05) between the average andthe estimated sample grades for this role becauseof the variables: (sex, branch, years of service). Toachieve this, the researchers follow the descriptiveapproach, and the application of a questionnaireconsisting of 33 items distributed on four areas:(strategies and cognitive strategies beyond theknowledge and strategies resources recruitmentmanagement, and strategies mathematics effort) ona sample of (88) teachers of mathematics who workin the results of correction high school for 2015.The study found that the total degree of mathematicsestimate of the role teachers to instill in studentslearning skills with the organization of self- learningdifficulties was when (69.95% (Mathematics effortstrategies came in the first place the relativeweight (72.49%) , followed by the field of cognitivestrategies relative weight (71.82%) , then resourcemanagement strategies employ the relative weight(69.93%) , and finally came the field of strategiesbeyond the knowledge in last place relative weight(65.56%). There were no statistically significantdifferences at the level of significance (a≤0.05)between the mean scores estimate the participantsfor their role in instilling learning difficulties selflearningfor students with skills that are attributableto the branch variable, and the number of years ofservice, but found differences related to gender, andthat in favor of males. In light of the findings, thestudy recommended designing special programs forstudents with learning disabilities in basic education,in the field of self- organized learning strategies, toreduce these difficulties at the secondary level.
Al Ajez, Fouad Ali and Assaf, Mahmoud Abd Almajeed
"role of mathematics teachers in the Acquisition of learning the self- organized skills for students with learning difficulties,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 5:
18, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol5/iss18/9