The Degree of the Faculties’ Practice towards Students’ Academic Counseling at Jordanian Universities

AHMAD MAHMOUD THAWABIEH

Abstract


Abstract

This study aimed to find out answers for the following questions:

   1- What is the degree of faculties’ practice in counseling students in Jordanian universities?

2- Are there any statistically significant differences (? ? 0.05) in the degree of faculties’ practice in counseling students attributed to the type of college?

The sample of the study consisted of (33) faculty staff members of (TTU) selected randomly. The findings of the study indicated that Faculties were highly involved in counseling students and there were no statistically significant differences (? ? 0.05) attributed to the type of college( humanistic or scientific) and gender in the degree of faculties’ practice towards students’ academic counseling.

Keywords:  Education, School. Counseling. University. Student.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v4n1p68

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