THE EXTENT TO WHICH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT POSSESS SELF-LEARNING SKILLS

Authors

  • Zainab Abdul Aziz Al Shuwaili
  • Haider Mohsen Salman Al-Shuwaili

Abstract

The current research aims to reveal the extent to which students possess self-learning skills included in the content of physics books in the middle school stage and to reveal the significance of statistical differences in the extent to which middle school students possess self-learning skills in the content of physics books according to the gender variable (male and female students). To achieve these goals, the researcher adopted the descriptive approach and followed, to measure the extent to which middle school students possess self-learning skills; the researcher built a self-learning skills scale and then presented it to a group of experts and arbitrators to verify the apparent validity of the scale. The researcher applied primary research samples (100 samples) for confirming the cytometric properties of the scale, which were chosen from the original research community (3787), which consisted of (346) male and female students within the middle schools affiliated with the Directorate of Education of Dhi Qar-Al-Rifai Education Department, after the students’ answers were collected and corrected, the researcher processed the data statistically. In light of the research results, the following conclusions were reached:

1- Middle school students possess self-learning skills for self-learning skills at a hypothetical mean (110) and a sufficiency limit of less than (80%).

2- The results indicated statistically significant differences in the sample responses due to the gender variable (males - females) and favor of males.

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Published

2022-04-15

How to Cite

Zainab Abdul Aziz Al Shuwaili, & Haider Mohsen Salman Al-Shuwaili. (2022). THE EXTENT TO WHICH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT POSSESS SELF-LEARNING SKILLS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(1), 1912-1925. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10968