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Distributed Leadership of School Principals and its Relationship to the Organizational Citizenship Behaviors of Teachers in Basic Education Schools in the Sultanate of Oman

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The current study aimed to reveal the level of distributed leadership practice among the principals of basic education schools in the Sultanate of Oman and the extent of the impact of this leadership on organizational citizenship behaviors. There were 300 male and female teachers who were chosen in a ...

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The Case of Teaching Mathematics using STEM Education at Jazan Middle Schools from the Perspective of Math Teachers at Jazan Education Department

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The Role of Professional Learning Communities in Developing the Skill of Activating the Classroom Platforms Among Social Studies Teachers in some Second and Post-Basic Schools, and its Impact on the Level of Achievement for Students for the Academic Year 2020/2021 AD

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The aim of the research is to identify the role of professional learning communities in developing the skill of activating the classroom platform among social studies teachers in some of the second and post-basic schools in the governorates of South Al Batinah and North Al Sharqiyah, and its impact on ...

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The Effect of Gender, Specialization and Experience on the Level of Technological Competencies of Social Studies Teachers in the Schools of Al Batinah South Governorate in the Sultanate of Oman

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A Program Based on the Professional Learning Communities’ Approach and its Efficiency in the Development of Creative Teaching Skills and Self-Efficacy among Islamic Education Teachers in Tabuk

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Objectives: The current study aimed to build a program based on the professional learning communities' approach and its efficiency in the development of creative teaching skills and self-efficacy among Islamic education teachers in at the intermediate stage. Methods: The study has adopted the analytical ...

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