The purpose of this study is to find the relationship between criticalthinking and self-monitoring.The sample of the study consisted of (757) maleand female students selected from a population of (27115) male and femalestudents in Yarmouk University.To achieve the goal of the study, researchersused the Test of California of the Critical Thinking Skills and Snyder’s TheMeasure of the Level of Self-Monitoring, 1974.The Results of the study indicated that the level of critical thinking wasat a low-grade while self-monitoring level was moderate.The results showedthat the presence of differences in the level of critical thinking is attributableto the overall variable and academic level; there is an absence of differencesin the level of critical thinking due to the variable of sex; the existence ofdifferences in the self-monitoring level is due to the variable educationallevels while the lack of differences in self-monitoring level due to the variablesex.The results showed that self-monitoring contributes to a variable rateof (0.71%) in the interpretation of skill analysis as a component of criticalthinking.The researchers pointed to a number of recommendations including:the necessity to raise the level of critical thinking and self-monitoring of thestudents through appropriate educational environment that contribute toraise the students’ level of critical thinking and self-monitoring.
Mqableh, Nasr Yousuf and Bani Younis, Omran Mohammed
"Critical Thinking and its Relationship to The Self-Monitoring of Students at Yarmouk University in the Light of Some Variables,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 4:
15, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol4/iss15/5