The Efficiency of the Use of Brain-Based Learning Strategy to Acquire Creed- concepts in the Unit Creed Contained in the Books of Islamic Education for Students in Tenth Grade in Salt City
The study aimed to measure the impact of the use of Brain-based learning strategy to acquire Creed concepts in the unit of creed which contained in the book of Islamic education for students in Tenth Grade in Salt city. To achieve the aims of this study, the researchers have prepared amulti-exam in with different levels of objectives. The study sample was chosen deliberately from Subaihi Secondary School for Boys, and Subaihi Secondary School for Girls, two sections were chosen deliberately from each school then they used nomination to determine the two experimental groups and the control group consisted of (97) students. After collecting and analyzing data, arithmetic average and standard deviations for all the test paragraphs were extracted for the exams which using the binary systematic correlation and ANCOVA test to examine differences between experimental groups. The results of the study show that there is a significant difference at (a=0.05) in the acquisition of creed- concepts for the Tenth Grade students due to the strategy (Brain-based learning strategy). The study also recommended that: the need for training teachers in general and Islamic education teachers in particular to use Brain-based learning strategy in teaching and learning.
Abu Latifeh, Shadi; El-Salaheen, Abdelkareem; and Al-Henawi, Jamal
"The Efficiency of the Use of Brain-Based Learning Strategy to Acquire Creed- concepts in the Unit Creed Contained in the Books of Islamic Education for Students in Tenth Grade in Salt City,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 31:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol31/iss3/5