2015, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part E
Effect of peer-learning method on the development of students’ skill performanceAuthor(s):
Amarpreet Singh, Teketel AbrhamAbstract:
The intent of this study is to find out the effect of peer learning method on students’ skill performance in practical courses of sport science regular students and also, Objective of the study to indicate the effect of peer learning method on the students’ skill performance of practical courses, The design of the study used was preferred to undertake applied type of research with the descriptive form of study and semi-experimental longitudinal study. The sample of male taken was 42 and female was 18 of which 70% and 30% respectively, and then the total sample size was 60. The result shows that the hypothesis manipulated as the effect of peer learning method on the development of students’ skill performance has significantly accepted. Pre and post-test of Johnson dribbling skill means were 30.27 and 33.23 respectively, and then their significant difference of 0.00, which is less than 0.05 level of significance Whereas, pre and post-test of Volleying volleyball skill means were 31.57 and 37.57 respectively, with their significant difference of 0.00; which is less than 0.05 levels of significances. The researcher concluded that peer learning is especially effective in the development of new skills, with peer tutoring in physical education commonly demonstrating enhanced learning and achievement.Pages: 284-287 | 1440 Views 51 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Amarpreet Singh, Teketel Abrham. Effect of peer-learning method on the development of students’ skill performance. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;2(2):284-287.