The study aimed to investigate the mastery degree of social skills amongst students of the Faculty of Educational Sciences UNRWA/in Jordan. The study sample consisted of (151) students; (33) males and (118) females. For the purpose of conducting the study, the researcher developed a survey questionnaire consisting of (66) items distributed among six domains as follows: (social skills, interpersonal relationships. communication skills, expression of feelings. decision making and conflict resolution). The reliability and validity of the survey items were checked. Research results showed that the total degree of the students mastery degree of social skills was generally moderate within the mean score of (255.030%) which is equal to 773%. Results also revealed that the domains ranked as follows: expression of feelings ranked first. social skills ranked second interpersonal relationships ranked third decision making ranked fourth conflict resolution ranked fifth and communication skills ranked sixth. Nineteen items of the questionnaire scored a high mastery degree. (20) items scored a moderate mastery degree while 17 items scored a low mastery degree. Findings of the study revealed that there were statistically significant differences attributed to the variables of gender in favour of the male students on the domains communication skills. decision making; the seniority of study at university variable in favour of senior students; the place of residence variable on the domains of expression of feelings between city dwellers and camp residents in favour of the latter and the accumulative average at university variable. The differences between the very good accumulative average and excellent accumulative average on the domains: social skills, communication skills, and on all the items of the survey questionnaire in favour of students having excellent accumulative grade. The study also revealed that there were statistically no significant differences attributed to the variables stream of study in the General Secondary School Education and the parents> education level.Author Nam
Abu Sneina, Oudeh
"The Degree of Students of The University College of Educational Sciences (UNRWA) Possessing Social Skills in Jordan,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 13:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jpu/vol13/iss1/3