The Future of Education

Edition 12

Accepted Abstracts

The Effect of Reflective Thinking Strategies on Students' Achıevement

Banu Çiçek Seyhan, Assistant Professors , Giresun Üniversity Faculty of Education (Turkey)

Abstract

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of Reflective Thinking Strategies on students’ achievement in the nervous system subject of the human anatomy course. Mixed research desing has been used in this study, quasi-experimental research has been used as quantitative and Content Analysis have been used as qualitative research. The research has been carried out with 1th graduate students in College of Health Technical Department of First and Emergency Aid at Mardin Artuklu University. While Reflective Thinking Strategies has been used in experimental group, traditional learning has been used in control group. The duration of the study is 10 weeks. Pretest success has been applied to the studying group of students to see whether they are balanced or not. As means of data collecting, academic achievement test has been used. SPSS-18 statistical package programme has been used for the analysis of data. Independent sample t-test and paired sample t-test have been used for analyzing quantitative data. According to research findings, a statistically significant difference has been found between experimental and control group in pre-test and post-test of achievement. However, the mean scores of experimental group have been found to be higher than the mean scores of control group. As a result, it has been shown that at teaching the subject of nervous system, using teaching applications based on reflective learning enables students to learn the subject better and permanently.

Keywords: Teaching Based on Reflective Learning, Biology Education, Nervous System

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