UAE School Teachers UAE School Teachers’ Educational Thought and Its Relation to Educational Performance Quality
Keywords:educational thought, teacher
The study employs the correlative description method to develop two questionnaires: one on educational thought and another on educational quality. The sample of the study consisted of 450 teachers chosen through the relative stratified random sampling. It has been found that the teachers’ practise of educational thought in UAE schools is considerable and without any statistically significant differences attributed to the sex variable. It has also been shown that the practise of educational performance quality is considerable and without any statistically significant differences attributed to the sex variable, too. In addition, there is correlation between the teachers’ educational thought and the quality of their educational performance.
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