The Thinking Based on Wisdom of the Graduate Students in the College of Education
The current research aims to identify the thinking based on the wisdom of graduatestudents in the college of Education/AL Mustansiriy University,as well as the knowledge of the difference in thinking based on the wisdom of these students depending on the gender variable(Males – Females). The research adopted the thinking based on the wisdom scale of (Brown & Green, 2006) Based om Brown,s mutidimentional model of wisdom, and the translation of Ayud and his condification into the Arabyan environment. The research obtained this scale from the study of (AL Dahim, 2016). This scale is a self – report questionnaire consisting of (64) items measuring eight dimensions.The dimensions are: Self – Knowledge, Emotional Management, Altruism, Inspirational Engagement, Judgment, Life Knowledge, Life Skills, Willingness to Learn.
The respondent determines his response to the scale by using the likert method by choosing one of the following five atternatives: I agree very strongly, Iagree to alarge extent, Iagree moderately, Iagree to a small extent, Iagree very little and takes the correction grades (1,2,3,4,5). After checking the standard properties of the scale of the validity an dstability. The scale was applied to the basic research sample of(60) male and female graduate studentin the College of Education. The data obtained feom the sample were processed statistically, the following results were obtained:
- The sample of graduate students dose not have a thinking based on wisdom (to toal grade). But they have some components of the thinking based on wisdom (Self- Knowledge, Management of Emotions, Knowledge of Life, and Willingness to Learn). While they have components (Altruism, Inspirational Engagemen, Judgment, and Life Skills).
- There is no statistically significant difference in the thinking based on wisdom (total score) depending on the gender variable. There is statistically significant difference in the components of the thinking based on wisdom (Emotional Management, Altruism, Judgment, Life Knowledge) depending on the gender variable. The difference was statistically significant for males, while the difference significant for females in the component (Willingness to Learn). There was no statistically significant difference according to the gender variable in the components (Self – Knowledge, Inspirational Engagement, and Life Skills).
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