A Field Study Of The Views Of Middle School Teachers In The Southern Region Of M’sila, Algeria, Towards Contemporary Methods Of Education

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Dr Belouadah Rabie , Dr lefkir ali , Dr chikhaoui salaheddine , Dr Harzelli Hocine


The study shows a fact that circulates in middle school teachers , their views,  and their social ,psychological , and educational tendencies towards teaching with the competency based approach which is faced by rejection and non-acceptance  and their views were underestimating to such approaches though these approach is adopted by strong countries regardless of their prejudgement on the failure of such approaches. They attribute their failure to the low levels of pupils who did not understand the new ways and techniques , and also to pupils' reliance  on ready information from their teachers and pupils incapapilityconcernig the mastery of technology in research  and in autonomous learning and the irrelevance of the assigned activities to be assimilated with this competency. These activities are rigid which can not be transformed into flexible activities compatible with the learner's requirements, and lack of instruments and sometimes their unexistance and the lack of patiance from the part of the teacher and the unsufficiancy of time and these competencies require much time to think and the chase of syllybus to the teacher and the demand to wrap it before term end , and the social demand with the number of lessons imposed by their direct ministry during the school year , and the lack of training of instructors( inspectors) and the headmasters , and the distancing of educational partners whose entitled to be interested with this matter ( parents) and thier irresponsibility towards their sons, and as such teachers encounter these pro lems they themselves, and not to judge any one and put them in one attitude , there are teachers who try train autonomously to apply even small parts of this competency , but the majority of teachers in middle school teaching( the current sample of study) are not up to this case and do not follow what is in the attached files to manage their classes as required with the competency based approach.

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