International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education

Volume 3 - Issue 1 (4) | PP: 47 - 56 Language : English
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/CCSE2021.3.1.4
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The effect of exploitation strategy on concurrent thinking ability abilities of students in Saudi Arabia

Samar Abdelaziz Abdeen
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
9/9/2021 15/9/2021 25/9/2021 4/10/2021
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to measure the effect of the exploitation Strategy in enhancing concurrent thinking ability of student. This study used a quasi-experimental method. The study sample in this research consisted of students who attend the Taibah university in Saudi Arabia, the study sample was chosen intentionally. The total sample number was fifty students. Who were divided equally into two group control (25 student) and experimental (25 student). Instrument was used concurrent thinking test for Abdeen, which assessed the student’s level of concurrent thinking ability. This instrument was used to assess the skills pre and post the application of. The data for this research were collected by using quantitative method. The result of this study showed a significance difference in developing the concurrent thinking of the students between the control and experimental groups after the application. The results also indicate that the student concurrent thinking ability were significantly enhanced after the application of the exploitation Strategy. This study confirmed that concurrent thinking can be enhanced through specialized Strategies, which target the development of concurrent thinking ability, considering these finding the study recommended conducting further research and studies to develop concurrent thinking.


How To Cite This Article
Abdeen , S. A. (2021). The effect of exploitation strategy on concurrent thinking ability abilities of students in Saudi Arabia . International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education, 3 (1), 47-56, 10.31559/CCSE2021.3.1.4

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