HOTAGOGIA AMONG EDUCATIONAL LEADERS AT JORDANIAN UNIVERSITIES: SUGGESTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT AND STIMULATION
The study's objective was to identify the theologies of educational leaders at Jordanian institutions and make suggestions for activating and improving them. Twenty faculty members from Jordanian universities were interviewed as part of the study's qualitative methodology. The findings of these interviews revealed that the educational leaders made five recommendations to enhance and enliven their theologies at Jordanian institutions. These included implementing measures to enhance the fundamental competencies and untapped potential of all educational administrators in the university-based educational system, implementing cutting-edge techniques, and emphasizing the significance of ability and self-discovery. The principle of Hotagogia is intended to be used by educational leaders as one of the modern learning methods. Jordanian universities give educational leaders the freedom to learn by selecting the method that is best for them, and they aim to spread the culture of Hotagogia among educational leaders and all employees in Jordanian universities. More research on Hotagogia should be done in Jordanian universities, and it should be linked to other factors, according to the study's recommendations.
Hotagogia, educational leaders, Jordanian universities