Effectiveness of Utilizing Strategies of Brain Storming, Mental Mapping, And Generative Learning on the Academic Achievements of 9th Graders, their Metacognition, and Attitudes towards Islamic Education.
This study aimed to identify the impact of the use of strategies(brainstorming, mind maps, generative learning) in educational attainmentof students in ninth grade, the development of their thinking skills andattitudes toward learning the concepts of the Islamic faith. The study sampleconsisted of 99 students, which has been distributed on three classes inAbu Dhar al-Ghafari School in Jerash, academic year 2013/2014. The toolused consisted of achievement test, a test to measure thinking skills, anda test to measure attitudes. The results showed the existence of statisticaldifferences between the study groups on achievement test for the benefit ofbrainstorming strategy, with an average (31.57) and in favor of mental mapsstrategy in achievement test with an average (25.74). There is the presenceof statistically significant differences on a scale on cognitive thinking skillsin favor of generative learning strategy, with an average (13.82) and in favorof brainstorming strategy to measure students' attitudes toward learning theunity about Islamic faith, with an average (16.52). The study recommendedthe need to teach the concepts of the Islamic faith in the light of the principlesof brainstorming strategy.
Abu Sharikh, Shaher Theeb
"Effectiveness of Utilizing Strategies of Brain Storming, Mental Mapping, And Generative Learning on the Academic Achievements of 9th Graders, their Metacognition, and Attitudes towards Islamic Education.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 2:
8, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol2/iss8/9