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EEO. 2022; 21(2): 1-19

Evaluation Of Illogical Perceptions Among Male And Female Teachers Working In Secondary Schools By Educational Counselors

Assist. Prof. Ashraf Saleh Jasim.


There are statistically significant differences in the level of illogical perceptions of male and female teachers working in secondary schools by educational counselors, and this gives an assessment and a negative indicator that indicates the high level of irrational perceptions among male and female teachers working in secondary schools, and the researcher explains that because of the significant changes And the rapid crises that occur in the country, as well as what the media circulates of films, effects and bloody manifestations that occur every day, as well as the things that teachers acquire in their upbringing of irrational methods and ideas that he acquires from his family environment and the society in which he lives. All these influences and factors have worked or influenced the creation of Irrational ideas and perceptions acquired in his daily and professional life. 2. There are no statistically significant differences between the sexes, which indicates that the degree of irrational perceptions of male and female teachers working in secondary schools is equal for both sexes, and this means that there is a large percentage of male and female male and female teachers who are close to each other in their irrational ideas and perceptions. The researcher explains this is because male and female teachers are sometimes characterized by lack of objectivity in thinking and rely on false expectations, predictions and generalizations, and they also rely on misgivings, predictions, exaggerations and exaggerations to a degree that is not consistent with their mental status and capabilities.

Key words: Teachers, Working ,Secondary , Schools , Educational

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