Employment Of Brain Research-Based Learning In The Development Of Some Moral Values For Early Childhood

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Sherin Hamdino Salim and Ziton Aboud Ahmed Ismail


The current research aims to: Employ learning based on brain research and identify its impact on the development of some ethical values for early childhood. To achieve this, both the quantitative and qualitative approach were used to answer the research questions. The research used the following tools: A standardized interview form for teachers and experts in the field to answer Three questions, the number of which was (36) female teachers, the number of (9) faculty members, and a list of values ​​consisting of (3) basic values, and the illustrated moral values ​​test, and the preparation of the proposed activities. The research sample consisted of (50) children from the eastern region of Saudi Arabia, and it reached The results of the research indicate the effectiveness of employing learning based on brain research in developing some moral values for early childhood, based on the same educational units taught by children in the Saudi self-learning curriculum and preparing activities according to brain research strategies to develop some moral values. The challenges that female teachers face inculcating moral values in children, and the research presented a set of recommendations to overcome these challenges.

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