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The impact of (PICTiL) program designed according to a new proposed model (ICTiL) on working-memory among gifted students

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Shaker Shafi Alharthy, Mohammad Zuri Bin Ghani and Aznan Bin Che Ahmad
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
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A proposed (ICTiL) model that integrates thinking creatively into learning process was presented to bring the two processes as one process. One of the aims of the modelis to find a way of enhancing working-memory through following a new proposed way of learning and thinking. This enhancement is supposed to increase learning, generating and producing new ideas, and achievement. This research sought to find the impact of (ICTiL) model on working-memory. Depending on (ICTiL) model, a new proposed training program (PICTiL) was presented and delivered to the sample of this study which consisted of (92) male gifted students of secondary school stage who were distributed equally onto control and experimental groups (46 respondents each) and were assigned randomly. Mixed-method approach was used with an explanatory sequential design. Working Memory Tests was used as a pre-test/post-test as an instrument to find quantitative results, followed by a focus group to find qualitative results. The findings included high size effect in general of (ICTiL) model represented in (PICTiL) program on respondents` working-memory. All working memory elements showed statistical significance differences between pre-test and post-test means of scores except for visuospatial sketchpad and visual sketchpad functions. Findings also revealed positive attitudes towards the effectiveness of (PICTiL) training program regarding retaining and recalling information. Depending on results, invitation to adopt and improve (ICTiL) model is proposed.

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