This study aimed to investigate the impact of employing the Think - Pair - Share (TPS) Strategy to gain some number sense and mathematical communication skills for the fifth-grade students. The study sample con-sisted of (78) fifth grade male student distributed on experimental group (38) and control group (38). The students were submitted to pre-posttest using Number Sense Skills test prepared by the researcher. The results found significant statistical differences between the mean scores of the experimental group and their peers in the control group in the number sense skills post-test; these differences were in favor of the experimental group. Where, the results found significant statistical differences be-tween the mean scores of the experimental group and control group in the post-test of mathematical communication skills; these differences were in favor of experimental group. As a conclusion, employing the TPS strate-gy turns the classroom into a scientific and cultural and entertainment field endeared to the students’ souls, by which the information is passed to the students’ in an interesting and attractive image. Furthermore, the TPS strategy has helped create a rich learning environment, which keeps students away from the pupils from the routine and traditional style, transporting them towards innovation, and thinking about the situation or problem from different angles, providing the students with a sense of freedom, increasing self-confidence, and encouraging them to develop mathematical communication skills.
Farrajallah, Abed El –Kareem
"The Impact of Employing the (Think - Pair - Share) Strategy to Gain Some Number Sense Skills and Mathematical Communication Skills Among Fifth Grade Students.,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 31:
9, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol31/iss9/6