Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine,
2018, Volume 9, Issue 23, Pages 485-521
AbstractThis research aims at knowing the engagement of teaching strategies in the view of systematic input to develop systematic thinking skills of students at college of Islamic sciences.
The study conducted on sample of 54 students divided into two groups: the first group (empirical group) consists of 26 students in class A whereas students have been taught by using teaching strategies in the view of systematic input and the second group consists of 28 students by using ordinary strategies.The researcher prepared a test to measure the systematic thinking comprises 12 questions. The results addressed statistically by using T-test and Cronbach's alpha equation.
The findings refers to differences with statistical indication at level (0.05) between the two groups in thinking skills (analyzing system, recognizing relations, and the system composition) and systematic thinking as a whole and the results was in favor of empirical group. In addition, the finding does not shows any difference at level (0.05) between the two groups in the skill of closing the gaps.
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