The effect of an educational-learning program based on the theory of triple intelligence on the achievement of the subject of physiological psychology

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Noor Ali Abdullah, Prof. Dawood Abdulsalam Sabri

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This research aims to figure out the effect of an educational program based on the theory of triple intelligence on the achievement of the physiological psychology. It adopted an experimental design with partial control, which related to the randomized control group, pre and post test. They intentionally chose the College of Education - Ibn Rushd / University of Baghdad, third stage, and randomly chose Division (A) to represent the experimental group that studied according to the educational program, with (18) students, and Division (B) to represent the control group that studied in the traditional way, with (18) male and female students. The researchers equalized the students statistically with a number of variables. As for the tool, the researchers prepared an achievement test consisting of (40) paragraphs, (30) objective paragraphs, (10) essay paragraphs. They verified the validity and reliability of the test, by extracting the discriminatory strength, the difficulty factor of the paragraphs. They established the key to the correction, and verified its validity by presenting it to a group of arbitrators, then applied them before and after the research sample students. To process the study data statistically and extract the results, the researchers used: (Mann Whitney test for small samples, Wilcoxon test, Pearson correlation coefficient, Ca2 square, and after analyzing the data, the research indicates that there is a statistically significant difference between the students of the two research groups in the achievement test, and in the favor of the experimental group. That program positively affected students' achievement rejecting the null hypothesis.

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