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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE TEACHERS' COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY IN DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL LEVELS OF GIRL SCHOOLS IN KERMAN CITY AND ITS RELATED PERSONAL AND MENTAL FACTORS

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 Start Page 7 | End Page 19

Abstract

 The present study has comparatively studied the TEACHERS' COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY in different educational levels of girl schools in District 2 of Kerman city and its related personal and mental factors. The population of this study consisted of 2835 female TEACHERS in every three educational levels of District 2 in Kerman. Using Cochran's sampling formula, 339 TEACHERS were selected as the sample of the study out of whom 97 in primary school, 50 in junior high school, and 192 in high schools. To collect data three questionnaires of COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY, DEPRESSION, and self- esteem were utilized. The collected data were analyzed using different methods of descriptive and inferential statistics. The results of this research include: TEACHERS COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY in junior high school is lower than the other two levels and is the same in other two levels. TEACHERS' COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY is high in junior high school but much higher in the other two levels. There is no significant difference between the TEACHERS' SELF-ESTEEM in different educational levels and is high in all three levels. DEPRESSION of the TEACHERS in junior high school was more than the other two levels and the same in two other levels. DEPRESSION is low to average in junior high schools and is average in the other two levels. There is a significant relation between DEPRESSION, age, WORK EXPERIENCE, educational level of TEACHERS, and their COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY.

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