The Impact of the Brain Keys Training Program in Developing the Cognitive Abilities among the Lower Basic Stage Students in Jordan

Eman Saeed Al-Bourini, Ihab Ahmed Mashaal, Nisreen Bahjat AL-Shamaileh, Taghreed Adel Qarqash


The present study aimed to investigate the effect of the brain keys training program in developing a group of cognitive abilities among lower basic stage students in Jordan, their ages vary between 6-8 years, their number is (15) male and female students at Al Amal association summer club in Zarqa, Jordan, the sample was randomly selected from all the lower basic students participating in the summer club. Leiter International Performance Scale –Revised cognitive abilities test (LIPS-R) was used before the implementation of brain keys program. They were then given (15) training sessions, and their cognitive abilities were measured after the application of the program for two months. (Meshal, 2011)

According to the study, the application of the brain keys training program, which consists of a set of mental games for this age level of students, is effective in the development of a cognitive abilities group at the statistical significance level (α≤ 0.05).

The researchers recommended the need to conduct  further research and studies when applying the brain key program to the higher and secondary levels students and at different cultural environments, because of its positive role in the development of cognitive abilities of students in the lower basic stage.

Keywords: Brain keys program, cognitive abilities, lower basic stage students.

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