THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PEDAGOGIC DIFFERENCES IN MENTAL ALERTNESS AMONG STUDENTS OF BASIC EDUCATION COLLEGES

Authors

  • Nisreen Hamza Abbas Al-Sultani , Prof. Aref Hatem Hadi Al-Jubouri

Abstract

This study aims to identify the effectiveness of Pedagogic Differences in Mental
Alertness among students of the Faculties of Basic Education. The researchers adopted the
experimental research methodology as a methodology for their research procedures, which
includes an independent variable (Pedagogic differences , the usual method) And a dependent
variable (mental alertness), and the researchers adopted the experimental design with partial
control to control the research variables, and before starting the application of the experiment,
the researchers parity between the two research groups for the purpose of obtaining accurate and
objective results with the following variables (Chronological age calculated in months, parents'
academic achievement, prior knowledge test scores, intelligence, academic background, gender),
and after parity between the two research groups, the two researchers prepared the application
requirements of plans, objectives and testing for the research groups and after completing the
application of the experiment, the researchers applied their research tools On the research
groups, and after correcting the students ’answers, the two researchers obtained the data for the
two experimental groups and the control group, as these data were processed statistically by
(Independent Samples T test) The results showed that the two experimental groups that were
studied according to Pedagogic differences over the control group that studied according to the
usual method were superior to the mental alertness variable

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Nisreen Hamza Abbas Al-Sultani , Prof. Aref Hatem Hadi Al-Jubouri. (2020). THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PEDAGOGIC DIFFERENCES IN MENTAL ALERTNESS AMONG STUDENTS OF BASIC EDUCATION COLLEGES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 7435 - 7445. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2122