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This study aimed to identify the degree of psychological resilience and its relationship to crisis management in light of the Corona pandemic among basic school principals in Liwa’ Qasabat Irbid.To achieve the objectives of the study, the descriptive correlative survey approach was used, and the study sample consisted of (261) basic public-school teachers in Liwa’ Qasabat Irbid. The researcher developed a questionnaire to measure the degree of psychological resilience and its relationship to confronting crisis management considering the Corona pandemic in basic schools in Liwa’ Qasabat Irbid. The study found that the degree of psychological resilience of public-school principals came at a high degree with a mean of (3.72), where the fields came, and in order (responsibility, flexibility, optimism, and personal cohesion), and the that the level of crisis management among school principals also came at a high degree. The results also indicated statistically significant differences attributed to the impact of gender variables in all fields, and that there were no significant differences attributed to the effect of the variable of scientific qualification and years of experience. The study recommended strengthening the positive attitudes of principals towards the importance of psychological resilience and its role in crisis management and conducting similar studies.
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