The Degree of Awareness of Basic Classroom Teachers About Reading Disabilities in Jordan

Ali AlFauri

Abstract


The study aimed to identify the degree of awareness of basic grade teachers about reading difficulties. The study included 151 teachers. The researcher prepared the study tool, and its validity and reliability indications were verified. The results indicated a moderate to high degree of awareness. The results revealed that males are more aware than females of the characteristics. The study recommended the necessity of educating teachers about the difficulties of reading and identifying the teachers’ needs necessary to teach this group of students.

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Awareness of basic classroom teachers; Reading disabilities; Jordan

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12192

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