عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of teaching math skills in physics education on improving the task values and reducing the educational Burnout of 12th grade students. The method of this research was a semi-experimental design, in which a sample of two classes with 36 students from the twelfth-grade students of mathematics-physics education in District one of Tabriz was selected. The participants were assigned to experimental and control groups randomly. The experimental group was exposed to teaching math skills, while the control group received traditional training over the same period. Both groups were evaluated before and after the study through burnout and task value questionnaires. The results of covariance analysis showed that there is a significant difference between the two groups in terms of their educational burnout and task values. Students who had math skills training in physics education demonstrated much lower educational burnout and higher task values. The results of the research confirm the effect of teaching math skills in physics education on improving the task values and reducing educational burnout of students.
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