The Degree of Practicing Organizational Justice by Teachers of Learning Disabilities in English Language from Their Point of View

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Mohammad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh

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The study aimed at identifying the degree of practicing organizational justice by teachers of learning disabilities in English language from their point of view. The study used the descriptive approach and developed a questionnaire, which was administered to a sample of (30) teachers of LDs in English language in the Irbid governorate. The questionnaire was used to collect data that included demographic information about the respondent and to measure the use of organizational justice among teachers of LDs in English language. The validity of the study instrument was verified by presenting it to specialized judges, and their reliability was verified using the test and re-test method. The results of the study showed a high practice of organizational justice among teachers of LDs in English language in general and in all the dimensions of the instrument. In light of these results, the study recommended increasing the practice of organizational justice in educational institutions to increase teachers' performance and holding more training on the topic

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Khasawneh, M. A. S. (2021). The Degree of Practicing Organizational Justice by Teachers of Learning Disabilities in English Language from Their Point of View. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, 2(2), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v2i2.175
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