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The research aims to know the effectiveness of an electronic model based on the theory of brain-based learning in the efficiency of the cognitive representation of information for the subject of curricula and teaching methods among students of the College of Education. To achieve this, the researchers chose a quasi-experimental design for the same pre- and post-test for two groups, one experimental and the other controlling, and the research sample consisted of (70) male and female students from the Department of Educational and Psychological Sciences - College of Education for the academic year (2019-2020). They were divided into two groups randomly, each group of (35) male and female students, one as an experimental group that was taught through an electronic model based on the theory of brain-based learning, and the other as a control group that was taught in the traditional way. The researchers rewarded between the two groups in (age, academic level) efficiency of cognitive representation of information, intelligence), The electronic model and the search tool (a measure of the efficiency of cognitive representation of information) were built, and its validity and reliability were verified. The research experiment was implemented, and one of the most important results reached in the post application of the search tool There are statistically significant differences in favor of the experimental group students in the level of efficiency of cognitive representation of information, and in light of the results of the research, the researchers recommended recommendations, including emphasizing the importance of using electronic and modern models and strategies because they contribute to the development of cognitive representation of information among students Encouraging teachers to use modern electronic teaching models and strategies and reconsidering building teaching models and strategies and developing them to suit the requirements of the current situation and what education is going through. The researchers suggested several proposals, including conducting a similar study to use an electronic model based on the theory of brain-based learning to develop thinking.
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