The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of a proposed program based on Robinson's Strategy for developing creative expression skills among the first year secondary school students in Amanat Alasema. To achieve this, the researcher used the experimental method with a sample of (140) male and female students. They were selected by the purposive sampling method. The sample was divided into two experimental groups, one male and the other female, who were taught using the proposed program by employing Robinson’s strategy, and two control groups, one male and the other female, who were taught in a traditional way.
Two research tools were used: a list of creative expression skills, and the creative expression skills test. The study results revealed that there was a statistically significant difference at (0.05) between the mean scores of the experimental group students and the average scores of the control group students in the post test for creative expression skills, in favor of the experimental group. There was a statistically significant difference at (0.05) between the mean scores of males and females of the experimental group in the post test of creative expression skills, in favor of females.
proposed program, Robinson's strategy, creative expression skills
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