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|Title:||The Attitudes Talented students toward the Implementation of the Internet in Enrichment Activities|
|Keywords:||The Attitudes Talented students toward the Implementation of the Internet in Enrichment Activities|
|Abstract:||This study aimed at investigating the talented students' attitudes toward the implementation of the internet in enrichment activities. The sample of the study consisted of (184) male and female students studying in Al-Khourah Pioneer Center for Talented Students, Jordan. To achieve the aim of the study a questionnaire was developed which consisted of (20) items. The results revealed that all the sample of the study high positive images for the implementation of the internet in enrichment activities in the Pioneer Center. On the other hand, the results of the (Two-Way ANOVA) showed that there were no statistically significant differences due to gender and educational level or to the interaction between them. (Keywords: Talented Students, Pioneer Centers, Internet, and Enrichment Activities)|
|Appears in Collections:||Special education|
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