Evaluation of The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Al-Taif University and The Middle East as Model

Amajid Daradkah, Khaled Al Osimi, Khaled M Hamadin

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the faculties of education at the Universities of Taif and the Middle East in light of the standards National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) for the adoption of teacher preparation institutions from the viewpoint of faculty members. The samples were taken randomly, and the data source was from 93 (50%) of faculty members of the institution. The study results showed moderate application of the quality of the performance of the faculties of education at the Universities of Taif and the Middle East in light of the NCATE standards with a mean (2.91) and ranged averages between 2.69 to 3.13. This is done based on the qualities of performance such as professional development of faculty members; the diversity of learners and the sources of their learning; evaluation and correction; field education; and programs provided, respectively.  There are statistically significant differences (≤ 0.05 ) between the average responses of the sample members of the two colleges of education at Taif and Middle East universities due to the variables (the university, and academic rank, years of experienced). Also, there were no significant differences related to gender differences. The study concluded that several recommendations, including: revision of the current teacher training in the faculties of education at the Universities of Taif and the Middle East commensurate with the standards. National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) works on selecting outstanding school field training program.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v8i4.13756

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