Abstract: This study aims to know the effect of applying the cognitive journeys model on technological enlightenment for biology students in the second intermediate grade, as the following null hypothesis was developed to verify this goal:
- There is no statistically significant difference in the technological enlightenment scale at the level of (0.05) between the average scores of students who study by applying the model of cognitive trips in the experimental group, and the average scores of students who study in the usual way in the control group.
This experiment was applied in the second semester of the academic year (2018-2019) on an intended sample of students, most of them males, in the second intermediate grade, the sample included (42) students, who were distributed randomly to the two groups (control and experimental) equally, the experimental design was adopted. The post-test and partial adjustment of two equal groups, where three chapters (seventh, eighth, and ninth) of the biology textbook were taught for the second intermediate grade, and the research tool represented by the Technological Enlightenment Scale was prepared, which consists of (30) items distributed into three main areas (knowledge , Skill, and sentimental) and the validity and reliability of its construction were verified against the Cronbach alpha measurement (72%). Several statistical methods such as arithmetic averages, the Mann-Whitney test and the Pearson correlation coefficient were adopted to analyze the data that showed no statistically significant difference between both groups (experimental and control) in the electronic enlightenment scale.