Sameer Remawi

Sameer Remawi
Al-Balqa' Applied University | BAU · Faculty of Princess Alia

Doctor of Special Educations

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Publications (16)
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This article aims at presenting a cross-cultural examination of uncle-niece incest through the theoretical scope of feminist psychoanalysis in literary studies. The paper is thus centered on two novels: Woman at Point Zero (1975) by Nawal El Saadawi and Uncle Vampire (1993) by Cynthia Grant. The main contribution in this article is to highlight the...
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The study aimed to measure the level of reading comprehension skills of students with learning difficulties in the Kasbah of As-Salt, and the study used the descriptive method on a sample of (54) male and female students chosen randomly. The reading comprehension scale was developed and prepared by Al-Mahalla and Al-Ramamneh (2019), and the results...
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This study aimed to reveal the e-learning challenges facing faculty members in Jordanian Public Universities During Coronavirus Pandemic from their Perspectives, the courses they attended in the field of e-learning, the sample members were (226) faculty members from (4) public universities: Al Balqa Applied University, Mutah University, Hussein bin...
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This study aimed at identifying the effectiveness of a realistic counselling programme for developing taking responsibility among a sample of hearing-impaired students. The sample consisted of 26 hearing-impaired students. To verify the effectiveness of the programme, the participants were randomised equally into two groups: the experimental group...
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The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of a behavioral counseling program's in reducing aggressive behavior among children with mild mental disabilities at the Mu'tah Center for Special Education. The study sample consisted of (10) male and female students with mild mental disabilities, whose ages ranged between (10-14) years. The one group...
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This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a behavioral program in reducing attention deficit disorder and hyperkinetic activity among a sample of students with learning difficulties from the viewpoint of their parents. The study sample was chosen purposefully, and it reached (50) students with learning disabilities, and the study sample...

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