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Faculty
The Faculty of Educational Sciences pays attention to the community and its services through preparing qualified staff educationally in order to work in the educational institutions. Also, The Faculty of Educational Sciences contributes to developing study plans by direct participation in the development of these plans or by working on the implementation of its decisions. Annually, The Faculty of Educational Sciences receives about 150-250 teachers and others at various master's programs in addition to holds special symposiums and conferences by faculty members. Additionally, the Faculty of Educational Sciences conducts several training workshops and seminars regarding improving the educational leaders skills as well as to solve some educational and social problems. Also, it provides required consultants to several local educational institutions and schools.
6/3/2012
The Faculty of Educational Sciences pays attention to the community and its services through preparing qualified staff educationally in order to work in the educational institutions. Also, The Faculty of Educational Sciences contributes to developing study plans by direct participation in the development of these plans or by working on the implementation of its decisions.

Annually, The Faculty of Educational Sciences receives about 150-250 teachers and others at various master's programs in addition to holds special symposiums and conferences by faculty members.

Additionally, the Faculty of Educational Sciences conducts several training workshops and seminars regarding improving the educational leaders skills as well as to solve some educational and social problems. Also, it provides required consultants to several local educational institutions and schools.
  
Staff
There are many distinctive achievements of the Faculty of Educational Sciences' academic and administrator members, most recently, The University of Jordan Award for Distinguished Researcher for Dr. Ahmed AL- Khawaldeh.
6/10/2012
  
Students
The students of the Faculty of Educational Sciences have Participated in several competitions at the level of Departments and faculties, these competitions aim at building bridges of cooperation and communication between students in different faculties at UJ, meeting their cultural and scientific needs, promoting positive and practical as well as developing their skills. The participation of students in the scientific day, which is held annually in the first week of May, or in the faculty activities, which are held periodically, contribute to developing their talents, enriching their cultural knowledge , creating positive and competitiveness atmosphere which will reflect positively on their academic achievements.
6/10/2012
  
Alumni
Based on the philosophy of the Faculty of Educational Sciences which is following up its graduates, building and developing their professional skills, preparing them to the job market efficiently and effectively, as well as contributing to providing them with job opportunities, the Faculty of Educational Sciences has developed a special section of its website to communicate with graduates; to identify their career and academic achievements. It should be noted that there are graduates who held several key positions at the national and regional levels politically, socially and culturally.
6/10/2012
  
Faculty

 

A conference was held at the University of Jordan (UJ) on Wednesday and Thursday 11-12, May, discussed the state of higher education in the Arab world.

   

Titled “Higher Education Conference in the Arab World: Towards a Global Competition”, the refereed conference was organized by UJ Faculty of Educational Sciences and its counterpart at Zarqa University.

 

75 scientific papers were presented by a group of scholars and educational experts from all over the Arab world.

 

The purpose of the conference is to encourage dialogue and cooperation between HE institutions with respect to curricula and development strategies, to come about effectual standards for the management of higher education programs in the Arab countries, and develop a joint proposal for standards and guidelines for Quality Assurance, accreditation and best educational practices.

 

  
Faculty

As one of the members of Higher Education Reform Experts in Jordan Dr. Diala Hamaidi (Assistant Dean for Quality and Development – School of Educational Sciences at the University of Jordan) attended and participated as a rapporteur in one of the sessions of the HERE Study visit that is entitled: Learning outcomes and student-centered learning. The event took place at Tallinn University, Estonia from 18-19 April, 2016. This fruitful study visit discussed many topics:

1) Learning outcomes (LO) and student-centred learning (SCL): implications for learning and teaching

2) Current developments in SCL in the context of the Bologna Process. It will also consider the expectations and experiences of the participants

3) Two case studies by HERE from different countries:

 - The case of Jordan (15 min) -  Isam Zabalawi.  HERE Jordan

 - The case of Georgia  (15 min)- Irma Grdzelidze. HERE Georgia

The presentations addressed: 1) Definitions of SCL in respective countries and systems, 2) Achievements, problems and challenges in implementing SCL.

4) The state of play of LO and SCL in their institutions / countries and 2) differing understandings of SCL.

For further details about this study please visit the following link:

http://supporthere.org/tallinn2016/news/welcome-here-study-visit-learning

6/12/2016