Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Esthetic Sense Level among Governmental and Private Kindergarten in Al - Karak Governorate, Jordon: a Comparative Study
Reham Mohammad Al-Mohtadi, Mosab Hamdan Allymoon
Keywords: Aesthetic Sense, Kindergarten, Pupils, Sense.
This study aims at comparing esthetic sense among governmental kindergartens and private kindergartens in Karak governorate, located in southern areas of Jordan. To achieve study aims, the descriptive analytical approach is used. The sample consists of 200 male and female pupils, divided equally. One hundred children study at governmental kindergartens, and the same number is taken from private kindergartens. Besides, the esthetic sense scale is used as a study tool. The results show that there are not any statistical differences between students in governmental and private kindergartens in terms of house dimension on the aesthetic sense of the photographer scale. In contrast, there are statistically significant differences in kindergarten, external environment dimensions, and the scale as a whole in favour of the private kindergartens. The study recommends that esthetic education should be included in kindergartens'' programs. Sessions and dialogues between lady teachers and students' parents regarding the esthetic sense and its importance to the child are held.
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