The aim of this study is to reveal the effectiveness of the strategy in thedigital storytelling in the acquisition of technological concepts of basic ninthgrade students in Gaza. To answer the questions of the study, the researchersbuilt a study tool (technological concepts scale) , which consists of (65) itemsin multiple- choice form. To meet the purpose of this study, the researcherscompiled a list of standards and criteria of e- learning technology for thedesign of digital storytelling. The questionnaire consisted of (12) standardswith (74) criteria. A sample of (56) of basic ninth grade female studentswere randomly selected and distributed to two groups. One represents theexperimental group of (28) students and the other represents the control groupof (28) students. After the application of the study tool and completion of theexperiment, the study showed the following results: There were statisticallysignificant differences at the level of significance (a ≤ 0.01) between themean scores of students in the experimental group and the control group in thetechnological concepts scale. There were statistically significant differencesat the level of significance (a ≤ 0.01) between the mean scores of studentsin the experimental group in the technological concepts scale before andafter the application of digital stories. Digital stories strategy is effectivelycharacterized to instill in basic ninth grade students in Gaza technologicalconcepts according to the rate of Black Gain.
Mahdi, Hassan Ribhi; Darwish, Atta; and Al-Jurf, Reem
"The Effectiveness of the Strategy of Digital Storytelling in the Acquisition of Technological Concepts in Basic Ninth Grade Students in Gaza,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 4:
13, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol4/iss13/5