The Effect of Computer-Based Geography Teaching on Developing Visual-Spatial Intelligence among Literary Fifth-Grade Female Students


The present research aims to know the effect of teaching geography by computer in the development of visual spatial intelligence among the fifth-grade literary students. The research sample consisted of (64) students distributed the research sample to two groups (31) students in the experimental group and (33) in the control group, and through Verification of the following zero hypothesis (there are no statistically significant differences at the level (0.05) between the average scores of experimental group students who study physical geography computer, and the average score of students of the control group who study the same material in the usual way in the development of spatial intelligence, was limited Search D on the fifth grade literary students in the preparatory and secondary day schools for girls of the Directorate General of Education Baghdad / Rusafa first for the academic year (2018-2019), The results showed that the students of the experimental group who studied the physical geography of the computer than those of the control group who studied the same material in the traditional way in the test of visual spatial intelligence.