Journal of University of Babylon,
Volume 26, Issue 3, Pages 299-286
AbstractThe study of the relationship between achievement in the scientific lessons and achievement in the practical lessons is an important study to reveal the role played by these materials in developing the students' practical performance and to indicate the extent of the students' benefit from these materials. Therefore, the current research aims to uncover the relationship between students' achievement in art education and chemistry Physics and biology. The research included four chapters in the following manner:
The first chapter covered the research problem, which summarized the following question about the students' achievement in art education and chemistry, biology and physics. The first chapter included the importance of research and its need, then the research objectives and limits, as well as the definition of its terms.
The second section includes the theoretical framework for research and previous studies divided into three topics dealing with the first topic (the concept of art art education), while the second topic included (the beginnings of art education as a lesson in Iraqi schools) and the third topic on the reality of art education in the province of Babylon ), While the third chapter included the methodology of the research and its procedures. The researcher reviewed the research society which reached (92) male and female students while the sample of the study under study (92). The research methodology included the descriptive approach to study the relationship, Pearson) The fourth chapter has been The results of the research and discussion as well as conclusions and recommendations The most important findings of the research: the relationship between art education and physics applications:
The coefficient of correlation between the number of students (62) students in Physics and Art Education was (0.440) using a coefficient of correlation of Persen which is a reliable factor with a confidence level of 99%, thus rejecting the hypothesis that there is no relationship between students' achievement in art education and physics.
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