Examining the Effect of College Type, Study level, and Gender of Students on Their Use of Teamwork Skills as They Perceived at Yarmouk University of Jordan
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether there is a statistical significant difference in ratings of teamwork skills between students as they perceived based on type of college, study level, and gender variables. A total of 270 students from Yarmouk University participated in the study. The study shows a strong to moderate significant correlation between all six dimensions of teamwork skills. In addition, the study shows a significant difference in interpersonal and communication skills related to gender. Furthermore, the study shows a significant statistical difference in adaptability and coordination skills related to college type. Finally, the findings are discussed and educational implications are provided.
Key words: Soft Skills; Teamwork skills; Colleges' Students Skills
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