The extent of the practice of school directors' intellectual security to confront the phenomenon of extremism in the intermediate stage, from the point of view of the managers themselves.

  • Ra’ed Ramthan Hussein Al tameemi A university teacher in the General Directorate of education, Thi Qar, External lecturer at the faculty of education for girls, Thi Qar, Iraq. rrhrrh4@gmail.com
Keywords: Exercise, managers, schools, security, intellectual extremism.

Abstract

the goal of the search to identify the degree of exercise of school directors intellectual security to confront the phenomenon of extremism in the intermediate stage, from the point of view of the managers themselves, the research sample consisted of (45) as a director and director, (78%) of the original research in the section of the directorate of education rifai, the governorate of Thi Qar, chosen in a way limited to, given the nature of the research, the researcher adopted a descriptive approach, to achieve the objectives of the research, the researcher prepared identification consisted of (29) Paragraph, divided into four areas are: (teachers, parents, students, educational activities.), and the verification of the sincerity and constancy of resolution, adopted the statistical analysis package (SPSS) to extract the results, as the results showed: the degree to which the practice of school directors intellectual security to confront the phenomenon of extremism in the intermediate stage, from the point of view of the managers themselves came to a great extent in all the areas of the search tool. The degree to which the practice of school directors intellectual security to confront the phenomenon of extremism in the intermediate stage, from the point of view of the managers themselves vary according to sex in favor of the male. The study recommended the need for establishment of training sessions for teachers tread managers in their schools to promote intellectual security. The need for the schools belonging to the intellectual security events such as: seminars, plays and oratory and sessions.

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Published
2018-06-07
How to Cite
Al tameemi, R. R. (2018). The extent of the practice of school directors’ intellectual security to confront the phenomenon of extremism in the intermediate stage, from the point of view of the managers themselves. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 1(3), 265-310. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/66
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