Effectiveness of Learning Software for Teaching Curricula and their Influence on Developing Thinking Skills and Achievement among Senior Students
Keywords:Achievement, Learning Software, Thinking Skills
The developments taking place in the world in terms of informational modernity, called the knowledgetechnology
revolution. Such developments have relied on the use of computers, which have become
the main sphere of an individual’s life in various educational, sports, and other disciplines, in the
service of the learners. Hence, the importance of research in keeping pace with the educational process
of what has happened in the world in terms of inventions and developments, which accommodate
technology education and becomes an integral part of its curriculum and teaching methods in line with
the characteristics of society.
The research problem lies in that many of the teachers adopt the traditional method in teaching the
curricula without updating the teaching method by incorporating the educational software for this course
lesson, and the extent of its influence on developing thinking skills and achievement for fourth-stage
students in the Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences - College of Basic Education at
Mustansiriya University that teaches this course in the curriculum of this stage.
The researchers concluded that these students are equal in their acquiring of thinking skills and obtaining
information, concepts, and subjects of the curricula, and there is an association in the achievement test
for the study group.
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