The relationship between demographic variables and secondary school teachers’ knowledge about adolescent growth and development in the Ramadi Education Directorate in Iraq
Keywords:relationship, teacher, development, adolescence, growth, demographic
Background: Teachers are influencing not only the educational levels of students but also their normal growth and development, so their knowledge regarding this important aspect is crucial.
Aims of the study: To clarify the relationship between demographic data and secondary school teachers' knowledge about adolescent growth and development in the Directorate of Education in Ramadi.
Methodology: A descriptive study was conducted to clarify the relationship between demographic data and secondary school teachers' knowledge about adolescent growth and development in the Directorate of Education in Ramadi from 1 / October / 2020 to 31 / May / 2021 in secondary schools in Ramadi, Iraq. A sample of (60) teachers from the above mentioned schools was selected using the non-probability sampling method to collect an appropriate sample. The sample consisted of (30) teachers of the control group, and (30) teachers of the case group, and a self-report questionnaire was used for collecting the required data.
Results: Indicate that there is no relationship between demographic data and the knowledge of secondary school teachers.
Conclusion: The study concluded that there were no statistically significant differences between teachers' demographic data and their knowledge of adolescent growth and development.
Recommendations: The study also recommended the necessity of intensifying educational programs in this field for the benefit of secondary schools, faculty members and students
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