The Effectiveness of Employing the Learning Objects Available Within Digital Repositories in the Teaching of Social Studies to Develop the Skills of Technological Enlightenment and Creative Thinking Among Students with Hearing Disabilities in The Preparat
The research aims to employ the learning objects available within the digital repositories in the teaching of social studies to develop the skills of technological enlightenment and creative thinking among students with hearing disabilities in the preparatory stage. For this purpose, the researchers identified a list of technological enlightenment skills in the social studies curriculum for students with hearing disabilities in the preparatory stage the learning objects available within digital repositories have been conceived in the teaching of social studies through the production of the digital learning objects repository. In light of this, the research tools that were a test the results of the research were based on the cognitive aspect of the technological enlightenment skills and a note card to measure the skillful aspect of the technological enlightenment skills and the creative intelligence scale. The Learning Objects Depot was applied to the second-grade students in the Amal School for the Deaf and the Hearing Impaired in Qena Governorate. Statistical significance at the level of (0.01) between the average scores of the experimental group students in the achievement test and the observation card for the technological enlightenment skills and the measure of creative thinking in the tribal and remote applications in favor of the post application.
Citation: Mahmoud., Requirements of Electronic Management in the Management of Kindergarten Institutions. SVU-Journal of abstract 2019, Vol.1: pp14 (retrieved from the Journal of Educational Sciences; 2018, No.35; pp 70)
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