Effectiveness of models of learning dimensions in skills development pattern design for secondary stage students

  • محمد السيد محمد حسن
  • هيام محمد مصطفى أحمد


The learning dimension model can be used by teachers from the beginning of the kindergarten to the end of the secondary level, with the goal of becoming educated and able to develop themselves and their abilities continuously throughout their lives. It provides a comprehensive framework for teaching planning that combines teaching thinking and teaching different content using elements of teaching models .

  Accordingly, the problem of research is determined by using the Marzano model of learning dimensions in addressing the "low skill of the pattern design in high school students" and proving its effectiveness in developing these skills.

The research procedures were limited to trying to develop the skills of pattern design for high school students (the skill of taking the physical measurements - the skill of drawing the basic pattern of the ring) using a learning model that was modeled on the Marzano model.

A list of the aptitude design skills for high school students was prepared, and the teacher's manual was prepared according to Marzano's learning dimensions model, the preparation and application of the research tools (the practical skill test) and the observation card, both before and after the students of the experimental and control groups.

The results showed the validity of the research hypothesis and the existence of statistically significant differences at the level of (0.01) between the average scores of the experimental group students in the tribal and post-application applications for the practical test. The effectiveness of the teaching according to the learning dimensions model also showed a significant impact on the development of practical skills For pattern design in secondary school students.