Journal Description

JEPS Highlights


Format: Print & Online
ISSN: 
Online: 2521-7046 & Print: 2218-6506
Processing Charge : Free of Charge
DOI: 10.24200/jeps
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: EBSCO
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Type of Journal: Academic/Scholarly Journals
Contact & Submission e-mail: jesedu@squ.edu.om

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Vol. 15 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Educational & Psychological Studies

The Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies (JEPS) is a refereed journal published by Sultan Qaboos University Publishing Council. It is concerned with publishing rigorous qualitative and quantitative original research with originality of thoughts, clarity of research methodology and accuracy of documentation in the fields of curriculum and teaching methodology, educational technology, educational psychology and foundations and educational administration.

Published: May 22, 2021

The Ability of Educational Leaders to Investment the Big Data in Activating Educational Policy in Kuwait

184-200 Sultan G. Aldaihani, Uhoud Y. Aljadi , Athari Alali
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The reality of the implementation of Total Quality Management in the Directorate General of Financial Affairs in the Ministry of Education in the Sultanate of Oman

201-218 Khawla K. Al Khanbashi, Salem S. A l Ghanbousi, Khalaf M. Al Abri
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The Level of Psychological Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic among Omani, Bahraini and Residents Families and their Relationship to some Demographic Variables

219-234 Khaula S. Al Wahaibi, Eman A. Shehab, Amal S. Al shabibi
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Effectiveness of Nasheed-based Teaching of Islamic Education Subject to Fifth-Grade Female Students and Its Impact on their Achievement and Retention of Learning

235-255 Khadijah A. Al-Mufraji, Maimoona D. al-Zadjali
22

Psychological Problems resulted from COVID-19 and its relation to E-Learning and E-Assessment Stress in a sample of College of Education Students, Sultan Qaboos University

256-276 Mustafa A. Khalaf, Taghreed T. Al-Said
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Equating General Education Diploma Results of Physics Examination in the Sultanate of Oman Using Item Response Theory

277-293 Nabil S. Al Habsi, Yusef A. Abu Shindi, Humaira S. Al Sulaimani
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The Level of Understanding of the Nature of Science among the Biology Teachers in the Directorate of Irbid and Its Relation to the Level of their Explanation of Biological Phenomena

294-310 Waleed H. Nawafleh, Dana A. Al-khun
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Investigating Omani Novice Teachers’ Perceptions of their Professional Dispositions

311-330 Fawzia Al Seyabi, Wajeha Al Ani , Humaira S. Al Sulaimani
31

Arabic Teachers Rating Degree of the Importance of Pre-reading Questions (as an Instructional Scaffolder) on Enhancing Reading Comprehension and their Practices of it

331-348 Mohammed A. Al- Khawaldeh
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