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Title: إسهام المجسمات في التحصيل الدراسي لمقرر الرياضيات : الصف السابع مرحلة الأساس
Authors: علي سعيد علي
Keywords: الوسائل التعليمية
طريقة تدريس الرياضيات
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية- عمادة الدراسات العليا للنشر والبحث العلمي - كلية التربية
Abstract: This research is under the title “The contribution of solids in educational achievement in teaching mathematics – experimental study”. The researcher used the experimental approach. The main objective of this research is to know the objectives of teaching, also to know the curriculum and methods of teaching. Also to know the educational contribution for the solids in educational achievement in Math (subject). The tool of the research, it is the exam. The researcher prepared the exam by the help of the expert teachers in Math. …….. it’s education college and schools in settling the exam to collect data in short time and save efforts. The most important results are: the solids facilitate under tendry, the necessity to use solids in schools and to train teachers in educational aids. The solids have many educational contribution in basic schools. Some are: to improve the standard of understanding, to remove the sense of the pupils of the seventh class basic. Also to prepare trained teachers are to spread the culture of using solids in basic schools and to train teachers in technical programs in Arabic line, design, ……………, colour what will make effect on the school society and the society. The most important recommendations are: to establish centers for training teachers in educational aids in ……….. and locators. The culture of ………. Must spread widly are to be mood with the curriculum are methods of teaching beside the achievement technology.
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