The Effect of the Stepans Model on the Development of Natural Intelligence among Fifth Literary Class students in Geography

Abstract

The research aims to identify the effect of the Stepans model in the development of natural intelligence among the fifth grade students in the subject of geography and to achieve the goal of the research the researcher developed two hypotheses zero, subjected to experimentation, the research sample consisted of (54) students chosen by the researcher intentionally from the research community distributed over two groups (27) A student in the experimental group, the researcher has been rewarded between these two groups in a number of variables: chronological age in months, intelligence test, and the educational attainment of parents, and the grades and The average grades of students in the geography. The researcher prepared a mock test of natural intelligence in the geographic subject of the fifth literary grade consisting of (35) paragraphs and verified its validity and stability after applying it to the research sample and analyzing the results statistically. Results of the superiority of the experimental group that learned the Stepans model in natural intelligence and in the light of the findings and conclusions the researcher made a number of recommendations and suggestions, including: the use of the Stepans model in the teaching of geography in all grades of education as it fits with the content of the scientific content contained in the curriculum of the Ministry of Education and attention by teachers and teachers to develop multiple intelligences of students in general and natural intelligence in particular as a mental activity helps to transfer the impact of learning into practice and the daily life and conduct a study to see the effect of the Stepans model in the acquisition of social concepts in the first grade students and the development of natural intelligence.