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The current research aims to evaluate the Teaching Performance for Islamic Education Teachers in the Light of Teaching Practices that are Compatible with Brain- Based Learning in the Secondary School. This is by constructing a list of the most important teaching practices in Compatible with the mental processes involved in the (right and left) sides of the brain, verifying the performance level of Islamic education teachers in the secondary stage in the light of teaching practices in Compatible with brain-based learning, then constructing a proposed conception to develop the performance of Islamic education teachers in the secondary stage in light of teaching practices that are compatible with brain-based learning. A descriptive approach was adopted in this research , The research sample consisted of (40) Islamic education teachers from the secondary stage The teaching performance observation card was used as a research tool. The research reached the following results: The presence of a number of teaching practices distributed into (5) main areas that represent the dimensions of teaching performance: educational and learning procedures and activities, developing a stimulating classroom environment for learning, supporting thinking and reflection, enhancing classroom communication and supporting evaluation processes. The level of the research sample in teaching practices was varied in light of the dimensions included in the card, but it reflects a weak level of practices, which means the need for Islamic education teachers to be trained on these practices. Finally, presenting a proposed conception for developing the performance of Islamic education teachers at the secondary level in light of teaching practices that are compatible with brain-based learning. The research also presented a set of recommendations and suggestions.
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