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THE EFFECT OF TWO STRATEGIES: THE PROBLEM TREE AND THE INNOVATIVE MATRIX ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN THE 1 ST GRADE IN MATHEMATICS AND PROCESSING INFORMATION FOR THEM

Assistant Prof. Dr. Lina Fouad Jawad,

Abstract


The change in the curriculum of the Ministry of Education in recent years has raised a point of change in the teaching of mathematics. Despite the positive points in the change, it raised a number of questions for many mathematics teachers in how to teach them, and how to complete the curriculum, while ensuring Delivering it to the minds of students, the student in the first grade learns the first time on the subject of mathematics by linking it to life, and linking it to the rest of other sciences, and through many new ideas and topics in the new curriculum, and that requires creating a classroom environment that challenges his abilities. Ctder At the University of Baghdad, College of Education for Pure Sciences - Ibn al-Haytham, and during her frequent visits to schools, in addition to exchanging views with teachers and teachers of the subject, and applied and shared with the records of grades, and textbooks, and discussion with teachers, who stressed that they find it difficult to teach The new curriculum, where the teachers of mathematics trying to complete the new curriculum using the usual method, which leads to the preservation of information students without understanding, which reflects negatively on their achievement, and the normal teaching methods in schools is one of the reasons for the poor achievement of students and the difficulty of processing information, You because of the difficulty of transferring scientific knowledge through them to students and lack of interaction, and communication between students and teachers.


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