This study aimed to reveal the effect of a modified adaptive trainingprogram on working memory among sixth graders in the Irbid City.Thesample of the study consisted of (120) participants selected from 6th gradestudents with available method, and distributed equally into four groups: twoexperimental groups, one for males and the other for females, and two controlgroups, one for males and the other for females.To achieve the objectivesof the study, the researchers used the Modified Adaptive Training Programon working memory based on the Baddeley’s Model of working memoryconsisted of (22) sessions, where the researchers used various tools in thesesessions, as pencils, papers, sculptures, images and games.The results ofthe study showed that there were statistical significant differences betweenscore on working memory scale among students in favor of the experimentalgroup.The researcher recommends making future studies on new samplesof students with new variables and to prepare educational programs to theimprove working memory.
Al-Ali, Maysoon Atef and Azaghlool, Rafei Oqayl
"The Effect of a Modified Adaptive Training Program Based on the Baddeley’s Model on Working Memory among Sixth Graders in the City of Irbid,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 4
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol4/iss15/8