The Effect of the Gracha Model on Developing the Cunning Thinking of the Students of the Technical Medical Institute in Physiology

  • Assist. Prof. Miaad Nadhum Rasheed Technical Medical Institute - Middle Technical University - Iraq
الكلمات المفتاحية: Gracha Model, Cunning Thinking, Technical Medical Institute, Physiology

الملخص

The current research seeks to identify the effect of the Gracha model in developing skilled thinking among students of the Technical Medical Institute in Physiology, and to achieve the goal and hypothesis of the research, the researcher adopted the experimental method with partial control through two experimental and control groups. The researcher identified the research community with students of the Technical Medical Institute at Baghdad University, and due to the small size of the community, it was considered a community sample for the current research. In order to collect data and information and ensure the efficiency of the experimental design used, the researcher carried out a set of psychometric procedures, and after completing the application of the experiment, the researcher reached the following results:

  1. There is no clear effect of (Gracha) model on the development of skilled thinking among students of the experimental group in physiology among students of the medical institute.
  2. The experimental group that was studied on the Gracha model outperformed the control group that received the scientific material by the lecture method of Physiological Subject at the Technical Medical Institute.

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منشور
2020-12-07
كيفية الاقتباس
Assist. Prof. Miaad Nadhum Rasheed. (2020). The Effect of the Gracha Model on Developing the Cunning Thinking of the Students of the Technical Medical Institute in Physiology. مجلة الفنون والأدب وعلوم الإنسانيات والاجتماع, (62), 416-430. https://doi.org/10.33193/JALHSS.62.2020.369
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