The Effect of the Right Intelligent System of Knowledge Program “RISK” on Developing the Creative and Critical Thinking Skills of the High School Students in Jordan.

Isam Al Awamleh, Nazih Hamdi, Nadia Al-Srour

Abstract


This study aimed at investigating the effect of the right intelligent system of knowledge “RISK” program in developing the creative and critical thinking skills of High School Students in Jordan. the study sample was formed from the tenth grade male students of It comprised (53) students distributed over two groups. The researcher then applied Torrance Test, verbal form (A), Cornell Critical Thinking Test Level (X), and Right Intelligent System of Knowledge program 'RISK'. The results showed that there were statistical differences in fluency, flexibility, and in the total grade of Torrance Test, verbal form (A), in favor of the experimental group. The results also showed that there were statistical differences in the critical thinking skills on The Cornell Critical Thinking Test in Favor of the experimental group. There were no statistical differences in originality between both groups.

Keywords


Intelligent Sytem, Thinking Skills, Tenth Grade

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