Assessing Teaching Behavior Styles of a Sample of Teachers in Primary Schools in South Amman


This study aimed at assessing teaching behavior styles of teachers
in primary schools in South Amman. A scale was developed, containing
40 items distributed into five styles of behaviour its psychometric
properties were investigated. It was applied to the sample which
consisted of 300 teachers. The results revealed that there were significant
differences in formal authority, personal model, a n d facilitator styles on
the benefit of females, no differences in teaching styles rela ted to
monthly pay, no effect of qualification and subjects on expert, formal
authority and delegator styles. An effect of experience on expert and
formal authority styles, no effect of qualification, experience and
.subjects on personal model a n d facilitator styles

School of Educational Sciences
Department of Educational Psychology


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