The effect of using the Yaker constructivist model on the achievement and retention of geography among female students Intermediate second grade
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The teaching methods used today are of a throwaway nature in most subjects
Especially when teaching geography; As this method has become useless and not compatible with the trend
modern educational; Because of determining its impact on the development of the ability of the student in which his role becomes negative.
The researchers found through their experience in the field of teaching that the curricula for social subjects
subject to memorization and memorization of information in the first place; It does not help develop mental skills.
The traditional method used in teaching measures the student's ability to retrieve information
And remember it, and this contradicts the philosophical view of modern education, which stresses the necessity of developing mental skills
Many students and some teachers of social subjects believe that the issue of constancy and retention of knowledge
Scientific is a difficult matter; In the belief of the two researchers, this weakness is due to many reasons, foremost among them
Traditional teaching methods without stimulating thinking or developing the student's ability to research
survey; Such thinking is necessary to understand and assimilate information and facts. The student is active
interaction with the educational situation.
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