The Use of Comics to Development the Effectiveness of Training Courses and Continuing Education Programs

Training courses are a series of intensive important educational and complementary programs, based on previous foundation experiences. Create to development the participants in aspects of specialization according to the requirements of the educational system to continue developing the previous scientific and practical experiences. Personally, or adopted by the trainee institution, where the trainee gets a professional skill certificate that contributes to the development his work.Development and Continuous Education Center (DCEC) at the University of Baghdad (UoBaghdad) is a center dedicated to continuing education courses in which the participant is awarded a certificate that qualifies him to for new job, or new efficiently within his institution, or to enroll in scholarship programs and graduate studiesThe aim of the research is to find out the effectiveness of using the art of comics and its effect elements as an independent variable during the serial of lectures presented through continuing education courses as a new method to teaching owing the ability of trainees to care for the individual differences, and to keep attempt pace with educational development, as a challenging manner, contribute to the spirit of change, and draw attention to the participants in the training courses, and measuring the impact on the cognitive achievement, skills and trends of the trainees comparing to traditional form,The research recommends producing comics' educational movies to resolve some traditional educational problems for various educational courses using its effective impact in the process of education and the development of the skillful side of educational curricula.



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Muntaha Abdulkareem Jasim Al-Kaabi, University of Baghdad, Iraq

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Conference: ACE2017
Stream: Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education

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