The Effect Of The Rosenberg Model On The Development Of Perception - Kinesthetic For The Skills Of Chest Handling And Spinning Shooting Jumping With Basketball For Students
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 414-421
AbstractAbstract:Modern education has set a basic goal for it, which is the upbringing of students through its contribution to introducing them to the philosophy of society and that it is imperative that they learn the concepts of the curriculum and its content to create individuals who are able to do new things and not repeat what previous generations did, and thus be able to innovate. Society is changing in line with The tremendous change in the aspects of life, facts and information cannot be dealt with just by remembering them, but rather we must acquire knowledge and be able to understand and apply it in new situations that the learner has never experienced before, and this is what the student needs in the basketball lesson, as he must have new educational models It helps him develop the skill he uses in building new situations while playing, and the basketball game relies on basic skills as an important base on which this game is built in order to develop the level of performance, as the basic skills are of great importance that makes teachers spend most of the time training on the accuracy and performance of skills and their learning In the correct manner, therefore, attention must be directed to the stages of its learning, as it needs to spend a lot of effort and practice in order to master it, so the use of educational models can be Wen has a clear impact on learning basic skills in basketball and its development, and among these models is the Rosenberg model, which includes five stages that include (comprehensive analysis, design, development and production, implementation, and evaluation).
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