The Impact of Using Rothkoff Method on Developing Moral Intelligence of Fifth Secondary Class Student Literality Division in Islamic Education
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2012, Volume 11, Issue 3, Pages 1-33
AbstractThis paper investigates the impact of using Rothkoff Method on developing moral intelligence of fifth secondary class students literality division in Islamic education. To achieve the aim of the research, the researchers put the following null hypothesis: there is no statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) between the averages of development of moral intelligence of both groups of the research (i.e. experimental who used the suggested Rothkoff Method and control group who used the traditional method). The researchers adopted the empirical design of equal groups: the experimental and control groups. The researchers intentionally chose Al-Zohoor secondary school for boys/ Literality division to be the experimental group consisting of (20) students and Al-Shafiee secondary school to be the control group with (22) students. Thus, the sample consisted finally of (42) students. Equivalence between both groups was done in many variables. The researchers used a ready-made tool to measure moral intelligence; both stability and validity were extracted. The experiment lasted (7) weeks and the following statistical means (T-test, Two Independent and Equal Samples, Pearson correlation factor, Spearman-Brown Equation, Kai-Square) were used. After statistically analyzing the data, the results showed statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) between the averages of the development of moral intelligence for both research groups and in favor of the experimental one. Given these facts, the researchers made a number of suggestions and recommendations.
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