Effect of Bransford & Stein Model on Developing Scientific Thinking of Literary Fifth Grade Students in The Subject of History
Wissam Aziz Obaid, Zaid Alwan Abbas
This research aimed to identify the effect of Bransford and Stein model on developing scientific thinking of literary fifth-grade students in the subject of history. To achieve this, the two researchers adopted the experimental design with post- test , the sample was a preparatory school for boys from the schools in the General Directorate of Al-Qadisiyah Education, the sample reached (54) students 27 for each group, the researchers formulated (175) behavioral objectives based on Bloom's classification of behavioral objectives, as they prepared (16 ) educational plans for each of the two groups, the researchers prepared a test to measure scientific thinking of (30) items divided into five domains (6 items) for each domain , its validity and reliability were confirmed , the two groups were equivalent in variables (age, intelligence, parents' achievement level , previous achievement of history ), the experiment applied in the first course of the academic year (2019-2020). SPSS was used to extract the results. A statistically significant difference was found in favor of the experimental group that studied by Bransford & Stein model.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 9
Keywords: Bransford & Stein Model , Scientific Thinking.