Developing Creative Teaching Skills Which Suitable with Practicing the Authentic Teaching Standards for Arabic Language Teachers

  • Adbel Razek Mokhtar Mahmoud Professor of Curriculum& Instruction of Arabic language Education, College of Education, Assiut University, Egypt
Keywords: Creative Teaching Skills، Authentic Teaching Standards، Arabic Language Teacher، Creativity، Teaching Skills.

Abstract

Developing Creative Teaching Skills Which Suitable with Practicing the Authentic Teaching Standards for Arabic Language Teachers

 

Mahmoud, Abdel Razek Mokhtar
Professor of Curriculum& Instruction of Arabic language Education, College of Education, Assiut University, Egypt. 

 

Received 5 January 2018                                    Accepted 5 February 2018

 

Abstract: The aim of the research is to identify the Developing Creative Teaching Skills Which Suitable with Practicing the Authentic Teaching Standards for Arabic Language Teachers, as well as explorer the effectiveness of the training program in the developing the creative teaching skills appropriate to practice the Authentic teaching standards of teachers of Arabic language in their teaching. of (19) teachers, and the current paper used the descriptive and semi-experimental methods: The descriptive approach was used; to identify the skills of creative teaching appropriate to practice the standards of Authentic teaching, the semi-experimental method was used to stand on The effectiveness of the training program. The research found a list of creative teaching skills suitable for the practice of the Authentic teaching standards of the teachers of Arabic language in their teaching, which eliminates (6) main skills and (104) sub-skills, and the results of the research showed the effectiveness of the training program in developing creative teaching skills appropriate to practice standards Teaching the Authentic teachers of the Arabic language in their teaching to the second grade preparatory students, and a set of recommendations and suggestions were presented in the light of the finding

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2018-03-12
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Mahmoud, A. R. (2018). Developing Creative Teaching Skills Which Suitable with Practicing the Authentic Teaching Standards for Arabic Language Teachers. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 1(2), 235-281. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/46
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