Self-Regulation Strategies, Creative Thinking, Math Problems and Normal
Beni, Sara Salimi
Mohammad, Elahe Nader
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The aim of this study was the comparison between the self-regulation strategies, creative thinking and goal orientation in children with mathematic disorder and normal. The research method in this study is causal comparative events. The study sample of research are the students of secondary school in five areas of Ray. 100 of them were selected by simple random sampling. The tools used in this study, a questionnaire goal orientation, self-report questionnaire was conducted on student learning and creative thinking. For data analysis, multivariate tests were used to compare variables between the two dyscalculia and normal groups and the results showed that the research hypothesis was approved. Between self-regulation strategies.
Creative thinking and goal orientation of students with dyscalculia in normal subjects there is a significant difference.