Science Processes Skills Acquisition & Relationship thereof with Academic Level & Students' Attitude towards the Laboratory

Mohammed S. Al-Rsa'i, Khetam M. Al-Helalat, Reem Suleiman Ali Saleh

Abstract


This study aimed to identify the acquisition degree of life sciences' students of science processes' skills and the relationship thereof with their academic level and attitude towards the laboratory. A test was designed to measure the science process skills while another was designed to measure lab interest. The generated outcomes showed weak degree average of such an attitude acquisition, though slight improvement with statistical significance, and academic level rise was noticed; (academic year). The study also, showed high and stabled attitude of life sciences section students in Al-Hussein Bin Talal University towards labs during study years. There was no liaison between the possessing degree of science processes and their attitude toward the lab. Therefore we recommended herein the need arise herein to invest the students wish in lab works in order to raise their science process skills and to develop teaching strategies used in teaching within the lab premises. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v7i3.11562

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