The Impact of proposed program for the small games in the development of congnive movement abilities and both creative and deductive thinking of primary school pupils at Nineveh governorate
Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences,
Volume 21, Issue 67, Pages 132-148
Abstractfinding the impact of a proposed programme of the small games in the development of cognitive abilities for primary school pupils.
2- finding the impact of a proposed programme of the small games in the development of creative thinking for pupils in primary school.
3- fiding the impact of a proposed programme of the small games in the development of inferential thinking of primary school pupils.
The researcher established an educational programme in which the proposal depends on the physical education classes as small games to play is the foundation to the development of physical abilities and mobility for the pupils of primary school and knowing the impact of this
Varid programme of small games in the development of different creative and deductive thinking patterns.
The society of research was pupils from primary school in Nineveh governorate for the academic year (2011 - 2012), the research sample consisted of (100) primary school pupils in Al-Hadara school for boys in Mosul. They were divided into two groups one was experimental and the second one was control group.
The researcher used three means to get the research result where the researchers used a test through the barriers cognitive / motor ofNelson after conducting scientific operations ( validity –reliability-objectivity) to ensure the consistency of the measure taking into consideration that it is applied to the Iraqi environment., The other means was the Torrance test of creative Thinking in its formal way, and the third was an inferential aljrarey test (1996) after making some modification in order to be suitable for the group of the research.
After preparing the proposed programme and according to what is presented by the experts, the researcher conducted a pilotstudy of the unit of the programme on a sample of the research group and from outside the research sample in order to define the validity of the plan and appropriate of equipment and tools used and the division of the groups and appropriate time.
The research programme has included (8) units for a month at the rate of two teaching units every week. One of the most prominent results of the research was the effectiveness of the programme proposed in the development of creative and deductive thinking of the primary school pupils in Nineveh governorate.
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