دراسة مقارنة للقدرات الإدركات الحركية بين عينة من تلاميذ الحلقة الأولى في التعليم الأساسي في سلطنة عمان ودولة الكويت

Translated title of the contribution: A Comparative Study of Perceptual Motor Abilities of Samples selected From Omani and Kuwaiti Primary School Pupils

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Abstract

The study aims to explore perceptual motor abilities of 140 female and male pupils, 74 from Oman, and 66 from Kuwait. Purdue's perceptual motor abilities scale has been adjusted by Hassan (2008), to contain eleven subscales that include 31 skills. Before administering the scale, validity and reliability have been tested and found up to standard.
The results of the study indicate that 83% of the Omani and Kuwaiti pupils possess high perceptual motor abilities, and that their grades across all subscales point out that they have acquired perceptual motor abilities. No significant differences have been found between the two samples.
Translated title of the contributionA Comparative Study of Perceptual Motor Abilities of Samples selected From Omani and Kuwaiti Primary School Pupils
Original languageArabic
Article number021871
Pages (from-to)11-32
Number of pages22
Journalالمجلة العلمية للتربية البدنية والرياضة - جامعة الاسكندرية
Issue number36
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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