The impact of curriculum according to the method of programmed instruction using a computer to learn some basic skills Fencing)
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
2012, Volume 1, Issue 2, Pages 265-293
AbstractThe teaching process of communication between teacher and student to move from the state of mind or skill to another case, grow up through the student a result of its interaction in the classroom, as well as repair and modification of behavior, and to clarify concepts, and inculcate the values and trends, and this means that education can not be achieved without This process of learning while learning to happen sometimes does not stop on education because we can learn a lot during our daily lives and the environment that share with us without a teacher .
The problem with research in the low use of methods and modern methods of education, which led to an impairment in learning some basic skills in fencing, and particularly the use of traditional methods, and through follow-up meetings with some stakeholders in the field of fencing, where it became clear a majority of teachers in the reliance on the use traditional methods in the lesson, namely, (explanation and practical application) and not to try modern methods in teaching basic skills in fencing, which in turn is reflected in the educational process and not to master some skills during class The study aimed to: -
1-Prepare the curriculum according to the method of programmed instruction using a computer to learn some basic skills Fencing.
2-Identify the impact of method of programmed instruction using a computer to learn some basic skills .
Either the most important recommendations: -
1-Use the method of programmed instruction in the education and development of performance skills of basic skills Fencing and other games.
2-Use of modern techniques in the process of training and education, especially in the development of computer education and basic skills Fencing and other games.
3-Give the player an opportunity to evaluate itself through modern methods of training, education, and thus modified his performance better.
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