تصو ا رت الطلبة المعلمین في تخصصي العلوم والریاضیات عن أنواع صورهم الذهنیة وعلاقتها بقد ا رتهم المكانیة في ضوء بعض المتغی ا رت

Translated title of the contribution: Science and mathematics student teachers' perception of their mental images types and the relationship with their spatial abilities in the light of some variables

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Abstract

The aim of the study was to explore the relationship between three types of student teachers’ mental models
(detailed, sketched and no-image) and their spatial ability in terms of major and gender. The sample included
(82) science and mathematics student teachers at Sultan Qaboos University. A mental image types survey and
the card rotation test were administered. The study results showed that there was no statistically significant
relationship between student teachers' mental images perceptions and their spatial abilities. Math students
outperformed science students in their spatial ability, and males outperformed females. On the other hand,
females expressed more detailed mental images.
Original languageArabic
Pages (from-to)1682-1698
Number of pages17
JournalDirasat- Educational Sciences (University of Jordan)
Volume38
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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