2023, Vol. 8 Issue 2, Part A
The effect of using teaching using problem-solving strategy in the collection of teaching methods and the development of students creative thinking skills
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Hazem Ali Ghazi Al-Khalidi, Saba Shaker Farhan and Dr. Aws Youssef Al Mansouri
The research aims to identify the difference between the lecture method and the problem-solving strategy in the cognitive achievement of the subject of teaching methods for students of the second stage in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / University of Al-Qadisiyah and the development of creative thinking among students. into two groups of 20 students for each group, the first is a female officer who studied according to the lecture method followed by the teacher of the subject and the other is an experimental one which was studied according to the problem-solving method. As for the study tools, it was represented by the achievement test in the subject of teaching methods and the creative thinking test. The two researchers prepared an educational program consisting of 16 educational units for each A group, and after completing the implementation of the program, the achievement and creative thinking tests were conducted, and after obtaining and processing the data by statistical means represented by the (t) test for independent samples of equal number, and the results were obtained and in the light of them, the researchers concluded that the experimental group that was studied with a problem-solving strategy was superior to the control group that I studied by the lecture method in the test of cognitive achievement and creative thinking of the subject of teaching methods for students.
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Dr. Hazem Ali Ghazi Al-Khalidi, Saba Shaker Farhan, Dr. Aws Youssef Al Mansouri. The effect of using teaching using problem-solving strategy in the collection of teaching methods and the development of students creative thinking skills. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2023;8(2):48-52.