of Education (3:3-0)
course addresses the concept of education, its development, the necessity of
education and educational goals and philosophies of the ancient and modern
it reviews the psychological foundations of education, as well as educational
institutions that contribute to the transfer of humanitarian and social
heritage through the generations (home, school, peer group), It also focuses
light on both the teacher and the learner, and the processes of learning and
teaching of the curriculum.
to Curricula and Instructional Design (3:3-0)
course addresses the evolution of curriculum through studying and comparing
between the traditional and the modern approaches, and the factors that led to
the development of the curriculum. It, also, deals with the philosophical
foundations of social, psychological, and cognitive approaches and the
different kinds of curriculum.
it explores elements of the school curriculum: objectives, content,
experiences, activities and evaluation,
in addition to studying modern strategies in
teaching and design teaching; plans that contain goals, strategies and
of Scientific Research (3:3-0)
research concept, its nature, objectives and methods of scientific research
tools, and methods of writing research, its preparation and evaluation,
presentation of models and application.
of Educational Thought (3:3-0)
course covers the historical and philosophical foundations of education and the
educational thoughts of well-known philosophers like Socrates, Plato,
al-Ghazali, Ibn Sina and Ibn Khaldoun, in addition to the principles and ideas
behind the educational policies witnessed by the ancient and modern worlds
topics covered in this course are; how education was handled by ancient peoples
like Egyptians, Indians and Chinese, and education in the Middle Ages, with
Muslims and Christians, and the state of education in modern times from the
Renaissance till the 21st century.
this course, students are asked to build an educational philosophy after
selecting the ideologies behind the educational systems and curricula and goals
course addresses an integrated regional geographical study of the Arab world
through clarifying the strategic importance of the site and the sea lanes and
trade routes, the distinction between forms of the earth's surface and
ecosystems and soils, knowledge of water resources and their uses, analysis of
climates prevailing, assessment of human resources and their characteristics
population and their organizations, as well as economic resources from minerals
to agriculture and plant and animal production. The course then moves to the
study of most Arab countries, including a detailed study of all aspects of life.
& Islamic History (3:3-0)
course aims to develop the elements of Arabic and Islamic affiliation, and to
have pride in this nation's victories and culture, in order to restore its
humanitarian and leadership role, and to prepare this generation and develop
its ability to keep up with this age. This course discusses the sources of the
Arabic and Islamic history and the homelands of Arabs, the most important old
countries and cultures, the status of Arabs in the Jahiliyyah era and their
willingness to accept the da'wa,then the
prophet mission and the state of the prophet in both
Mecca and medina, and the method to propagate in a peaceful manner and invasion, , the Rashedeen Caliphate by
analyzing four caliphs (their policy and organization). Furthermore the
Umayyad Caliphate through studying the caliphs, their policies and
organization, as well as the first era of Abbasid Caliphate.
course discusses the behavior of both teacher and student during classroom learning situations and the developmental requirement of
learning: especially cognitive development, as well as educational goals ,
learning and its fundamental concepts, its models, concept of learning problem
solving , data processing, motivation, intelligence and creativity.
course focuses on providing students with the necessary
scientific knowledge to enable them to teach science for the
first three grades, and it includes the following subjects : the material
and the atomic structure, motion and Newton's laws, simple machines. Work and
mechanical energy, electricity, light, magnetism, and sound. It aims, also, to
show the nature of science, science as inquiry , develop science processes
skills and to help the students understand personal and social issues, as well
as linking science with technology and the history of science
of Jurisprudence & the Prophet’s Biography (3:3-0)
course consists of two parts: Islamic of jurisprudence and prophet's
biography, which includes a general description of Islamic jurisprudence and
whatever relates to it, giving the student
a general and useful introduction of the subject (about its discourse
importance, resources and fields), and the role played since the time of the
prophet (peace be upon him) until now. Moreover, the course will deal with famous schools of Islamic jurisprudence and
to study a selection of some of its laws. The second part of the course
discusses the prophet's great biography from two dimensions: Theoretical by
speaking about some of the main parts of the prophet’s life (peace be upon him)
and Practical by applying the correct understanding of the prophet’s biography
on our modern reality and to solve our problems.
406213 Fundamentals of Faith & the
Interpretation of the Prophet’s Tradition (3:3-0)
course aims at introducing the meaning of faith and its importance and effects
on individuals and societies. It illustrates also the path of the Holy Kora'an
and its methods in proving the faith existence of God (Allah).
Concepts in Mathematics (3:3-0)
course aims at teaching the students the techniques of handling mathematical
issues and theories. The methods of teaching students in early school years.
The best ways of learning about numbers and its fragments and figures.
& Edu. Texts in English (3:3-0)
purpose of this course is to teach students the main psychological and
educational expressions in English. Besides that, it gives the students some
knowledge of certain topics like universities, UNESCO, intelligence, education,
and perfect techniques of teaching and learning about childhood class
management and behaviors.
course handles certain subjects and various patterns of schools, classroom and
management theories, the role of the teacher in arranging the right and
suitable environment of the classroom and his role in raising the level of
cooperation between the students and their surrounding environment on the one
hand, and amongst themselves on the other. This course also pays special
attention to the teacher's behavior and appearance in front of his students
so he can be a role model for by them.
of Recitation and Cantillation (3:3-0)
course aims at teaching the students the perfect methods of reciting the Holy
Kora'an. It teaches the students the art of cantillationof the kora'an and the
importance of learning ordinary and vowel letters and the right way of reading
the kora'an verses.
406218 History of Arab Thought (3:3-0)
Prerequisite : None
course present the most effective Arab thinkers in the nineteenth and twentieth
century and their projects in the area of enlighted thought. These projects
left great influence on the arab and international human thought and in the
conscious of individuals and group at all levels (Litesen, Thinking, Political
and Social) This course also defines all the works of those thinker.
of Mental Health (3:3-0)
course tackles the definition of mental health, its manifestations from the
point of view of different psychological trends. It also deals with normal and
abnormal behavior, personality and its characteristics, and the factors that
influence it. It also deals with concepts such as frustration, psychological
conflict and stress and their role in disturbing mental health. It gives
examples on the mental and psychological disorders and the role of social
organizations in mental health.
& Geology (3:3-0)
course aims at enhancing the student's abilities in acquiring techniques and
methods of teaching biology and geology in the first three classes. The topics
that have been covered by this course are: environment, human body, plants and
animal lives. It handles some archaeological issues like stones, earthquakes,
and volcanoes. This course pays attention to the history of science and
evolution of life throughout the successive stages.
& Use of Teaching Aids (3:3-0)
purpose of this course is to teach the students the meaning of teaching
aids, their classification and importance of educational process. It
illustrates the importance and the different kinds of personal communications.
This course also enables the students to produce his own aids and projects of
teaching and learning.
and Techniques of Teaching Islamic Studies (3:3-0)
aim of this course is to acquaint students with curriculum of Islamic studies
as set for the three lower classes. The Course also aims at introducing Islamic
education concepts, its main characteristics, bases, and principles. In
addition to planning of classes in Islamic education, and introducing the
different techniques of teaching the different branches of Islamic education,
enabling students to use modern technologies in education and teaching
activities, evaluation and assessment tools, as well as presenting practical
models for teaching.
and Techniques of Teaching Mathematics (3:3-0)
course aims at acknowledging students, as teachers of mathematics, with
mathematics, its characteristics, and goals of teaching it in the elementary
level and kindergarten, according to NCTM-2000 standard. It tackles the process
of mathematical content analysis, curriculum development, preparing periodic
lessons plans, teaching techniques of mathematical principles. The course also
deals with mathematical thinking, problem solving, assessment evaluation, and
the use of technology in teaching as a process, focusing on practical and
empirical knowledge through training students on preparing model lessons.
and Techniques of Teaching Arabic (3:3-0)
course aims at acknowledging students with the use of Arabic language its
characteristics, development, aspects of teaching processes such as methods of
teaching. In addition to introducing the Arabic language curricula in the lower
basic cycle, and presenting the different branches of Arabic language that
introduces one comprehensive unit within the general linguistic system. The
course also introduces the different techniques of teaching the Arabic language
branches, such as: dictation, comprehension, syntax, poetry, and the art of
writing, in addition to teaching the evaluation and assessment methods.
Concepts in Geometry (3:3-0)
course presents a description of geometry as one of the main branches of
mathematics. It tackles topics in mathematical contexts and that of the
curriculum of the first elementary grades, such as: the geometric concepts,
hypotheses, theories, basic flat, spatial and vacuum geometry, and measurements
of the different geometrical shapes.
and Techniques of Teaching Social Studies (3:3-0)
course is designed to improve the social studies teacher's skills, and how to
design course plans. It concentrates on good preparation of the tests and
and Techniques of Teaching Sciences (3:3-0)
course concentrates on science, and the aim of teaching sciences in the basic
cycle. It, also, concentrates on analysis in the first three classes, and how
to prepare the daily and the semester plans, also it explains new modern theory
in teaching sciences, and how to evaluate teaching sciences to students.
course concentrates on topics in vocational education in basic cycle. The aim
of this course is to help students to acquire
knowledge about the aim of teaching strategy, guidance and counseling,
curriculum analysis , and the application of teaching vocational education.
& Evaluation in Education (3:3-0)
course concentrates on the exams and how to mark the exam papers. It deals with
how, the students must have the tools to evaluate and develop and use the
criterion referenced test, in addition to develop marking techniques.
in Education (3:3-0)
course is designed to learn about computer system and different programs, the
computer education application, the advantage of using new computer educational
programs comparing to traditional teaching. This course will concentrate on the
importance of information and the computer and technology and the use of
internet to change education.
(Classroom Teacher) (9:0-9)
course familiarizes students with the learning-teaching process implemented in
the Jordanian schools. Also, it covers teaching applications in the classroom,
discussing observations, and practsing a number of teaching skills such as:
lesson planning and preparation, managing class activities, and directing the
questions. Additional directed skills include various teaching and evaluation
methods, preparing work assignments, and considering students’ individual
differences. Also, this course aims at
providing the student teacher with the opportunity to practice the actual
teaching process through applying the knowledge he achieved from various
courses. As a result, the student teacher learns how to associate theory with
the application of the acquired theoretical skills. Based on this, the student
teacher is evaluated practically through field visits of the practical
education supervisor who observes a practical application of the teaching
process presented by the student teacher.