Science processes and thinking skills derived from the Holy Quran and their application in teaching science

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أ. م. د. بتول محمد جاسم


The current research aims to derive basic and integrative science processes and thinking skills from some

The verses of the Holy Qur’an explain how to link their applications in teaching science. Follow the deductive method that hangs
He derives a sub-rule from a general ruling found in one or more verses of the Holy Qur’an, and suffices to prove it.
With some examples without resorting to extrapolating them all, it turns out that the Holy Qur’an is replete with basic science operations
And complementarity and thinking skills, which are the procedural side of science through which the side is reached
Cognitive science The current research was satisfied with demonstrating the procedural side with some selected verses from
The Holy Quran ; Examples of science processes that the current research investigated and revealed are the basic Holy Quran
:Observation; Measurement to classify inference, extrapolation, deduction, prediction, use of numbers, communication, and from
Examples of complementary science operations: Imposing hypotheses Interpretation Procedural definitions » Adjusting variables ©
experimentation; The current research also found that the Holy Qur’an is full of various thinking skills, including thinking skills
Innovative derived from the Holy Quran: originality; flexibility; fluency sensitivity to problems; realize
details thinking about thinking reflective thinking; In addition to thinking skills: remembering to ask questions;
The transition from cognitive imbalance to cognitive equilibrium, comparison; arrangement » representation; imagination; summary;
Make decision.

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أ. م. د. بتول محمد جاسم. (2023). Science processes and thinking skills derived from the Holy Quran and their application in teaching science. Journal of the College of Basic Education, 20(82), 283–312. Retrieved from
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