International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies (EPS) is an international, is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published Bimonthly by Refaad. The journal aims to publish refereed research on educational and psychological issues in its various branches and specializations. Its aim is to activate the scientific research movement in these issues on the Arab and international levels according to distinguished international professional standards. This is fulfilled with the participation of elites of distinguished international members and arbitrators in building a knowledgeable society through the dissemination of purposeful and high-quality educational research.

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The Evaluation of Applying Distance Learning During the Corona Pandemic from the Cycle One Teachers' Point of View in the Sultanate of Oman

Ahmed MJ O Alfawair , Zainab Yaqoob Al Darmaki , Al Anood Said Al Shuhoumi , Raida Khalid Al Amri , Abir Abdallah Al Shabibi

The current study aimed to evaluate the application of distance learning during the Corona pandemic from the cycle one teachers' point of view in the Sultanate of Oman. Descriptive design was adopted. The study sample consists of (172) teachers who were selected randomly. The researchers developed the ...

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The Level of Withdrawal Behavior among a Sample of Students with Visual Impairments at the North aAcademy in Tabarbour and its Relationship to Psychological Pollution

Doaa Khalid Al-Rahamneh , Mohammad Ibrahim Al-safasfeh

The aim of the research is to reveal the level of withdrawal behavior among a sample of students with visual disabilities at the North Academy in Tabarbour and its relationship to psychological pollution. The second is to measure psychological pollution after confirming their validity and reliability. ...

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The Role of Families in Enhancing the Intellectual Security among Sons from the Point of View of Mothers in Tabuk

Maram jomah Al hejori , Jamela Hamoud Al Balawi

The study aimed to reveal the role of families in enhancing the intellectual security of children from the point of view of mothers in the city of Tabuk. The study used the descriptive approach and the questionnaire as a tool for data collection. The study sample was (402) mothers in Tabuk city. The ...

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The Impact of the Interactive Learning Strategy on Developing the Thinking Skills of the Sixth Grade Students in the Palestinian Governmental Schools of Nablus

Aysha Mohammad Abd-Rabo , Afnan N. Darwazeh

The aim of this study was to identify the effect of employing the interactive learning strategy on promoting the lower, intermediate, and higher thinking skills of the sixth -grade students, and whether the general academic ability, specific academic ability, and gender interact with the type of learning ...

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Developing the Performance of Public Education Schools in the Light of Recent Trends of the Knowledge Economy “a Suggested Scenario”

Zahra Abdullah Muhammad Al-Shayeb

The study aimed to determine the level of performance development of state schools in light of recent trends of knowledge economy, show the effect of experience and training courses on developing the performance, and to propose a scenario for developing the performance of state schools according to recent ...

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The Level of Educational Technological Vigilance among Students of the Islamic University of Gaza and its Relationship to some Variables

Mahmoud M. Al Rantisi

The study aimed to identify the level of educational technological vigilance among at Islamic University students and its relationship to some variables. The study used the descriptive analytical method. The study tools were the questionnaire as a data collection tool; it consisted of (31) paragraphs ...

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The Value Chain as an Input Root Knowledge in Higher Education Institutions- An Analytical Study

Khawla Khalifah Al-Khanbashi , Aieman Ahmad Al-Omari

This paper discusses how to use the value chain approach to enhance the competitive advantage of higher education institutions. The study adopted the descriptive approach, through which competitive advantage was reviewed in terms of history, concepts, importance and strategies, as well as reviewing the ...

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Developing Supportive Instructional Leadership Practices to Improve Academic Achievement in Public Schools in The Sultanate of Oman- A Qualitative Study

Asia Hmood mohammed Al-Wahibi , Yasser F. Hendawy Al-Mahdy , Aisha Salim Ali Al-Harthi

The study investigated the best practices of the instructional leadership needed to improve academic achievement in a sample of public schools in the Sultanate of Oman. The study sample consisted of two schools with high academic achievement. To achieve the objectives of the study, the research followed ...

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The Degree to which Educational Qualification Students at the University of Nizwa Possess E-learning Skills and Competencies from their Point of View

Mahmoud bin Zahran Al-Waeli , Saif Nasser Saif Alazri , Hassan Mohammad Al-Omari , Rabee Al-Murr Al-Dhuhli , Eman bint Saeed Al Diriyah , Ahlam bint Mohammed Al Saadia

The study aimed to determine the extent to which students of educational qualification at the College of Sciences and Arts at the University of Nizwa possess electronic learning (e-learning) skills and competencies. It used the descriptive approach. The researchers prepared a questionnaire based on the ...

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The Effectiveness of the Current Events Approach in Teaching History to Develop some Critical Thinking Skills among the Second Year Secondary Female Students in Al Jouf

Layla Sultan Al-Anzi

This study aimed to verify the effectiveness of the current events approach in teaching history to develop some critical thinking skills among the second grade students at secondary schools in Al-Jawf region. The semi-experimental method was used, the study sample consisted of (52) students who were ...

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The Effect of Scientific Stations Strategy on Developing Mind Habits on Physics among Tenth Graders in Qalqilya

Abdel Aziz Nizar Abdel Ghani , Mahmoud Ahmad Alshamali , Shadi Abualkibash

This study aimed to reveal the effectiveness of the Scientific Stations strategy in developing habits of mind among tenth graders in learning physics. The study sample consisted of (60) tenth graders at Al-Salam Secondary Boys School of the Ministry of Education in Qalqilya for the academic year 2019/2020 ...

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Family Upbringing and its Relationship to Emotional Intelligence among a Sample of Secondary School Students in Hafr Al-Batin Governorate

Maleeha M. Alanazi , Hadeel M. Shatanawi

This study aimed to identify family upbringing and its relationship to emotional intelligence among a sample of secondary school students in Hafr Al-Batin Governorate. The emotional intelligence of (Bar-On) is translated into Arabic and a scale of family upbringing patterns. The results showed that the ...

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