The Effect of Applying Electronic Classes to Support Students' Creative Thinking of Students A Survey of the Opinions of a Sample of Students in the Management Information Systems Department using the Google classroom platform
2021, Volume 40, Issue 130, Pages 156-178
AbstractThis research aims to study the effect of electronic classes on the creative thinking of students of the College of Administration and Economics / Department of Management Information Systems and using the quantitative approach and the research community students of the College of Administration and Economics. To statistically process the data, the researchers used regression, correlation, percentages, and frequency analysis through distributing the questionnaires to a sample of (50) students from the Faculty of Administration and Economics / Department of Management Information Systems, and by using the statistical packages program Minitab v.17.
The researchers relied on questions specific to the electronic classes and on the Google classroom platform in formulating questions and on the Torrance test for creative thinking by testing the student's (fluency, flexibility, originality, problem-sensing, details) capabilities.
The researchers concluded that teaching based on electronic classes has an effective effect in raising creative thinking for students and that the capabilities of creative thinking grow and develop due to training and practice and the use of methods and methods that stimulate the brain to think and be creative.
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