This study aimed to determine the effect of the Daniel’s Model on the achievement of the basic seventh grade female students in mathematics in Tulkarm governorate and on their tendency towards mathematics, the researchers adopted the quasi experimental methodology on a sample of (79) seventh grade female students, the study revealed that there is statistically significant difference at (α = 0.05) between student’s achievement and tendency towards mathematics in the experimental and control group due to the teaching method (Traditional, Daniel’s Model), the results were in favor of the experimental group. There is a statistically significant association at (α = 0.05) between students’ achievement and tendency towards mathematics for the female students in the seventh grade. Based on the study findings, the researcher recommends benefiting from the advantages that Daniel’s Model presents in remodeling other units, further, the researcher recommends conducting future studies by including other variables, like mathematical thinking and creative thinking.
Soheil Salha, Ali Barakat, Reem Jawabreh
Daniel’s Model, Achievement, Tendency towards mathematics.