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Educational Administration

Thursday, July 18, 2024

Researcher Walaa Ibrahim Afana, a student in the doctoral program in educational administration, discussed her thesis titled “The Degree to which Jerusalem School Principals Exercise their Leadership Roles and its Relationship to the Effectiveness of their Decision-Making Process as Perceived by Teachers”

The study aimed to reveal the correlation between the degree to which school principals in Jerusalem practice their leadership roles and the degree of effectiveness of their decision-making from the point of view of teachers. It also aimed to know the effect of multiple variables on the degree of exercise of leadership roles and the degree of effectiveness of the decision-making process. The study sought to provide a model proposal to improve the degree to which school principals exercise their leadership roles and the degree of effectiveness of their decision-making process.

Monday, July 1, 2024
Defense of a Ph.D Dissertation by Researcher Tamara Abu Ta’a in the Educational Administration Program

Researcher Tamara Mustafa Abu Ta'a, a student in the Ph.D program in Educational Administration, has defended her thesis titled "Change Management Strategies for Principals of Public Primary Schools in Jerusalem and Their Relationship to Achieving Creativity among Teachers from Their Point of View (Developing an Optimal Model)".

The study aimed to identify the strategies of change management among public primary school principals in Jerusalem and their relationship to achieving creativity among teachers from their point of view (developing an optimal model). This is by determining the level of application of change management strategies among public primary school principals in Jerusalem from the teachers’ point of view.

Monday, July 1, 2024
Defense of a Ph.D. Dissertation by Researcher Maysoon Abu Asaad in the Educational Administration Program

Researcher Maysoon Suleiman Abu Asaad, a student in the Ph.D. program in Educational Administration, has defended her thesis titled: “A suggested training program based on twenty-first century skills to develop a culture of change among public secondary school teachers in Nazareth in the light of Kotter’s model of change”.

The study aimed to build a proposed training program based on twenty-first century skills to develop a culture of change among public secondary school teachers in Nazareth in light of the Kotter model. The study used both descriptive and constructivist approaches, and used a questionnaire to collect data after ensuring its validity and reliability. It was applied to a random stratified cluster sample consisting of (158) male and female teachers, with a withdrawal rate of 44%.

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