Students of Palestine Technical University Khadoori Awareness of “University Education Democracy” Concept

  •  Khaled Ahmad Ateyeh Alhassanat    
  •  Sonia Abdulfattah Ibrahim Shehadeh    


This study conducted to investigate the Students of Palestine Technical University khadoori Awareness of the Concept “University Education Democracy”.
The study conducted during the second semester of the academic year 2020-2021, using the descriptive approach. The population of the study consisted of all the University students, which were (870) students. From this, population (290) students were chosen as a random cluster sample. The researchers developed a questionnaire with (45) items.
The results showed that the awareness of Palestine Technical University Students of the concept “University education democracy” was high with a mean of (4.12) out of (5). The result also revealed that there were no statistically significant differences in due to gender, Place of residence, and Academic Specialization. However, there were statistically significant differences due to Academic Degree in favor of B.Sc. students and due to Academic Level in favor of third level.
In light of the results, the researchers recommended that there is a need of the university administration to understand the degree of student’s awareness to the concept of university education democracy. In addition universities should develop its systems to meet with the student’s awareness of the university education democracy. Moreover, there is a need for giving workshops and courses to the students to raise their awareness towards democratic education and to enhance their communication skills to avoid misunderstanding when they express their thoughts and opinions.

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