Abstract

This article is an attempt to explore why the efforts of universities fall short of accomplishing their objectives, and fail to improve the caliber of their graduates, as large numbers of them are unable to encounter real-life problems. It also probes the relations between four independent demographic variables (gender, age, experience, and specialization) and four dependent variables (role of faculty members, learning experiences focused upon, measures principally administered to achieve learning experiences, and the skills necessary to create synergy and momentum). A relevant online questionnaire is devised to survey the views of a sample of (176) faculty members, comprising (60.5%) of the faculty society at Philadelphia University/Jordan in 2015-2016. SPSS program is utilized for data processing. The article concludes that faculty members focus upon facilitating provision of information instead of achieving self-actualization. The farther objectives of learning experiences are from that, the more learners are subject to become incompetent.

Keywords
The Pyramid of Learning Experiences, Management of Learner Relationship, The Code of Effective Learning, Instructional Design.

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