The effectiveness of the structural model of learning in the acquisition of geographical concepts among students of the first grade average)
The current research aims to find out ( the effectiveness of the structural model of learning in the acquisition of geographical concepts at the first grade average students ) , and achieving the goals of research has been formulating the null hypothesis of the following :
" There is no difference statistically significant when Mistoi (0.5 ) between the mean scores of the collection of students in the experimental group that is studying the general geographical principles " Bonmozj constructivist learning " and the mean scores of the control group , which is considering the same article ," the traditional way " to acquire concepts.
The researcher adopted the experimental design of designs with a partial seizure type , design group ( experimental and control ) with posttest experimental design for this study.
For the purpose of measuring the acquisition of geographical concepts in the subject of the general geographical Principles for the students of the two sets of research in the subjects studied by the researcher , it prepared a test for it , as it consisted of a single question, multiple choice , and reached the number of paragraphs (45 ) items.
The study resulted in the following conclusion :
Higher than students who studied experimental group Bonmozj constructivist learning , the students of the control group who studied traditional way , if it reaches the arithmetic mean of the experimental group ( 25.454 ), while reached the arithmetic mean of the control group ( 20 878 ) , at the significance level ( 0.05 ) in posttest , and this means that the students who studied the specimen constructivist learning the best in the acquisition of geographical concepts of the students who was their teaching in the traditional manner .