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Sabreen Daher Khamis Al-owerat

Abstract

The current study aimed to identify the impact of an educational program that relies on electronic mind maps in developing computer skills among eighth-grade female students. The quasi-experimental method was used as a method for the study. The study population consisted of all eighth-grade female students in Aqaba Governorate, and the study sample consisted of (64) female students from the King Abdullah II School for Excellence in Aqaba Governorate. It was divided into two groups, one of which was control, consisting of 32 students, and the other was experimental, consisting of 32 students. ‏ The study concluded that there were statistically significant differences at the significance level (α ≥ 0.05) between the average scores of eighth-grade female students in the experimental group in the pre-and post-application of the observation card in favor of the post-application. The results also showed statistically significant differences at the significance level (α ≥ 0.05) between the average scores of eighth-grade female students in the experimental group and the control group in the post-application of the note card in favor of the experimental group. Based on the results reached, the study recommended encouraging the use of electronic mind maps in teaching computer due to their proven effectiveness in developing the level of computer skills among eighth-grade female students.

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Keywords

electronic mind maps, computer skills, eighth grade

Section
Quality of Teaching and Learning Resources