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|Title||The Impact of Learning Stations Strategy on Developing Technology Concepts among Sixth Grade Female Students|
This study aimed to investigate the effect of learning stations strategy in developing technology concepts among sixth grade female students, researchers used the experimental approach, which used the conceptual test for measuring the effectiveness of the learning stations strategy developing technology concepts, a random sample of (63) students divided into two groups was used, the experimental group was (33) and the control was (30). Researchers used independent" T-test”, and the result showed that there are differences at the level (α= 0.05) between the average group degrees of control and the average scores of the experimental group in the conceptual test favor for the experimental group. Therefore, researchers recommended to employ learning stations strategy in teaching technology by the teachers and supervisors.
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