RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 5 Area: Education

Jokha AL-SAWAFI & Amina BENKOUIDER
THE AVAILABILITY OF CONSELING SKILLS WITH FEMALE PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE SULTANATE OMAN
 
The study aimed to uncover the practice of a pre-school teachers in counseling skills, and to find out the differences in the degree of availability of counseling skills among them according to the following variables (Academic Qualification, Years of Experience, Training Courses). The researchers used a descriptive approach, and the Observation-Card which designed by the researchers themselves, it was divided into three domains (Classroom Management & interaction with children, Organization of the educational environment, and Interpersonal), then was applied to a sample of (120) teachers. The study concluded that the teachers practice skills in Classroom Management & Interaction with children) was on a degree of (medium). While practicing the skills of (Organizing the Educational Environment, and Personal skills) was on a degree of (high). The results also showed that the degree of availability of counseling skills among teachers in all three- domains were differs according to their academic qualification in favor of a kindergarten bachelors qualification, and the degree of availability of counseling skills among teachers in all three-domains not differ according to the number of years of experience, and the degree of availability of counseling skills for teachers in two areas (Classroom Management & Interaction with children, and Interpersonal skills) differs according to the number of training courses in favor of female teachers who obtained one course and more, with the exception of the domain of (Organizing the Educational Environment), as it founded that it does not differ according to the number of training courses

Keywords: Counseling Skills, Pre-School Teachers

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.5-3.14
 
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