Year:2020   Volume: 2   Issue: 2   Area: Applied Physics

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Prof. Dr. Damiaa SALIM

EFFECT OF PHONE TECHNOLOGY IN ACHEIEVEMENT AND THE LOGICAL OF EDUCATION FOR PUR SCIENCES IBN AL HAYTHAM

The research aims to study the effect of mobile phone technology in achievement and the logical thinking in the students of the College of Education for Pure Sciences Ibn Al-Haytham. The research was applied to the students of the third stage chemistry department and by adopting the experimental method for the post-test of achievement, of logical thinking, The students were divided into a first experimental group( 21) students and a second experimental group (21) students male and female by adoption of mobile technology by usual method and a usual group contains ( 21) male and female students were studied by the adoption of the usual method only. After the equivalence made in the two group, the time age ,the IQ, the logical thinking scale, the grades of the students in industrial chemistry subject of the first chapter for the third stage, the scientific subject was identified as the experiments of the second term in the laboratory of industrial chemistry, the extraction of behavioral purposes, preparing the necessary plans and teaching students according to their steps. After the two tools were applied represented by the post-achievement test (50) items and the scale of post logical thinking (40) items, the results were analyzed by statistical means approved as Pearson correlation coefficient, T-test, coefficient of difficulty, discrimination and effectiveness of the wrong alternatives. So it was reached to The following results: The results showed the effect of mobile technology in the achievement of industrial chemistry and logical thinking in the students of the College of Education for pure science Ibn al-Haytham for the benefit of the first and second experimental group under these results, the research recommended the number of recommendations and proposals.

Keywords: Mobile Phone, Logical Thinking, Chemistry.


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