Employing Media Education in the Subject of National and Civic Education and its impact on Developing Critical Thinking and Decision-Making Skills among Tenth Grade Students in Jordan
This study aimed to demonstrate the effect of employing media education in the subject of national and civic education and its impact on the development of critical thinking and decision-making skills among tenth grade students in Jordan. The study sample consisted of (60) male and female students. (30) Students from Libby Secondary School for Boys, and two classes of females (30) Students from Libby Secondary School for Girls, and the critical thinking test was designed. The results showed that there were differences in the arithmetic means between the experimental and control groups on the scale of critical thinking and decision-making in the post and pre-application, and there were differences in the arithmetic means on the scale of critical thinking skills. attributed to gender (male, female) in the post-test in favor of females in the pre-application, and there were no differences in the pre-application. The arithmetic means on the scale of critical thinking skills are attributed to gender (male, female) dimensions, and the study recommended the need to develop a national vision planned for media education and systematic within the curricula linked to the curricula of national education in the classroom teaching.
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