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Mantle Of The Expert Strategy Effectiveness In The Development Of Creative Thinking

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posted on 2019-04-15, 20:40 authored by Ibrahim ArmanIbrahim Arman

This study aimed at investigating the Effectiveness of Mantle of the Expert in creative thinking Skills among the 7th Graders. The study conducted on a sample of 7th Graders at Kober Secondary Boys School and Upper Kober Elementary Girls School. The study sample consisted of (100) students split into two groups (experimental and control). The researcher adopting the Torrance test for creative thinking the verbal image "A" by examining the tests used in the Ristow study (1988), Edwards and Baldov (1987) study, and designing a teacher book for the (engineering and measurement) unit according to the integration between the strategies of the mantle of the expert and role playing.

This study adopted quasi-experimental design. It included two groups (experimental and controlled) in two branches (males and females) for each group. The controlled group was taught by using the traditional method whereas the experimental group by the mantle of the expert. The data analyzed using (ANCOVA) test to measure the differences in the development of creative thinking between the control and experimental groups.

The Conclusions showed that there are statistically significant differences in the mean scores of the creative thinking test due to the way, gender and interaction between them.

Based on the Conclusions of the study, the researcher recommends the need to use the mantles of the expert in the teaching of mathematics.


Al-Quds University Palestine


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  • Palestine

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  • Higher Education Lecturer

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Al-Quds Univesity

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  • Yes


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