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The Degree of Familiarity with Kindergarten Teachers to Child Rights Principles Contained in the National Curriculum in Jordan, from Interactive Education and Legal Perspective
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
Amman, Jordan | 2016 | p. 731-742
ISBN/ISSN: 
ISSN 1026-3713
Author: 
الزبون، سليم عودة
Corporate author: 
University of Jordan
Region: 
Arab States

The goal of this research is to detect the extent to which kindergarten teachers are familiar with the principles of the rights of children that are included in the National Curriculum, in Jordan, from the interactive education and legal perspective. The study sample consisted of (53) parameters of the original study population, where the sample was selected on the basis of stratified random sample . The researchers developed a questionnaire for this purpose which included (38) of the child rights and distributed them in four areas: social, cognitive, political  and economic, and  was verified. The results showed  weakness in the familiarity by kindergarten teachers of the principles of the rights of children that are included in the National Curriculum. The researchers concluded with a number of recommendations including: to include in the National Curriculum and teachers' guides to  interactive images and activities that illustrate the actual application of the rights of children in everyday situations, and holding training courses for kindergarten teachers on the principles of the rights of the child.

Resource Type: 
Curricula
Case studies and research papers
Journal articles
Theme: 
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Human rights / Human dignity
Level of education: 
Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)
Primary education

Keyword

حقوق الإنسان