The The Effect of origami training on increasing creativity and mathematical-spatial Intelligence

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  • Ali Fathyipor BA, Department of Arabic Education, Farhangian University, Qazvin, Iran
  • Hossein Sohrabi frozen Bachelor's student, counseling and guidance education, Farhangian University, Qazvin, Iran
  • Piran Ghasi Sonaki Bachelor's student, counseling and guidance education, Farhangian University, Qazvin, Iran
  • Pouria Behboodi Bachelor's student, counseling and guidance education, Farhangian University, Qazvin, Iran


Amusing, Dramatic, Origami, Moral


Origami, which is calculated from the figures of Henry, is also developed as a name for it. In the event that there is a problem in this field, in order to create any trace of materials or materials, especially for its use. The morality of human thinking is to support the morality of your blessing on the side of God for the sake of a person who is more in a good way than to use it in the life of a heretic. It is well documented in a descriptive-descriptive manner and in a qualitative manner, based on the sources of any book and valid articles that have been used. The goal of this game is to have an origami effect on creativity and mathematical excitement. The results are as good as origami, and they are not finished in the same way as the codecan and nojoanan, but in terms of creativity that over time, you can achieve achievement and even effective technical skills. Origami is a phrase that is calculated as if it was presented in the past. There is a measure in the timing of the memorizer, and there is no need for it, and there is an effective way to keep moral necessities in this age range. This is a good idea and you can use it in the form of a specialization and origami with a familiarity with the name of the names in this resource, the use of which can be decided


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Fathyipor, A., Sohrabi frozen, H., Ghasi Sonaki, P., & Behboodi, P. (2023). The The Effect of origami training on increasing creativity and mathematical-spatial Intelligence. Journal of New Findings in Health and Educational Sciences (IJHES), 1(2), 31–40. Retrieved from