Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Area: Education

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Rola Abd Al-Rahman ALKHARRAZ, Hanan Subhi Mahmmad Saleh AL-AMLEH

THE TENDENCIES OF KINDERGARTENS PRINCIPALS TOWARD INTEGRATING DISABLE CHILDREN ‎WITH OTHER CHILDREN IN THE KINDERGARTENS IN THE DIRECTORATES OF EDUCATION OF NABLUS

This study aimed to measure the tendencies of the kindergartens principals ‎toward integrating disable children with students in the kindergartens of south ‎Nablus depending on the variables such as Academic performance, years of ‎relevant experience, and the type of kindergarten the scanning, describing ‎approach was used. The study involved all principals of kindergartens in the ‎Directorates of Education of Nablus; which were ‎‏168‏‎ principals, and random ‎‏167‏‎ ‎samples were chosen for the study, a questionnaire was used as a tool for this ‎study. After its collection and analysis, the study came out of a number of results, ‎the most important one was the existence of the positive tendencies in the ‎principals about these disable students in the Directorates of Education of Nablus. ‎There were significant differences in the tendencies of the principals of ‎kindergartens toward integrating disable children due to the type of kindergarten ‎for the benefit of private ones. According to the results that were reached, the ‎study comes out with many recommendations، the most important one was ‎Training the teachers and the principals the necessary skills that needed to deal ‎with this type of students among the integrating, understand such characteristics ‎of it, to participate in determine and apply the programs to deal with them, and ‎prepare them to creating and build positive tendencies towards unusual children. ‎ Finally, it is necessary for teachers and principals to take courses and workshops ‎to learn how to merge disabled with normal children, and know the special ways ‎to deal with them.‎

Keywords: Attihat, Kindergarten Principals, Inclusion, Students With Disabilities.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.16.6


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