The study aimed at identifying the secondary school teachers’ evaluation of their efforts in reinforcing intellectual security among their students in Gaza. In addition, the study aimed at exploring the existence of statistically significant differences in the sample’s evaluation due to the variables of gender and years of service. The Researchers used the analytical descriptive research approach through adopting a questionnaire, which consisted of (41) items. The items were divided into four domains (Learning Objectives، Learning Content ، Methods of Teaching and Methods of Evaluation). The questionnaire was distributed on a random sample that consisted of 484 teachers. The results of the study indicated that the total degree of the teacher’s evaluation of their efforts and contribution in reinforcing intellectual security is 79.6%, which is a high degree. Moreover, there were statistical significant differences in the teachers’ evaluation of their efforts due to the variable of gender, in favor of male teachers, under the domains of the Learning Content، Methods of Teaching and Methods of Evaluation. However, under the domain of Learning Objectives, there were no statistical differences. There is also no statistical significant differences in the teachers’ evaluation of their efforts due to the variable of years of experience.
Al-Agha, Sohaib Kamal and Al-Wawi, Yousuf Rizq
"The Secondary School Teachers’ Evaluation of their Efforts in Reinforcing the Intellectual Security among Students in Gaza,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 8:
23, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol8/iss23/8