2021, Vol. 8, Issue 1, Part B
Effect of direct and delayed feedback on learning the skills of serving and spiking in volleyballAuthor(s):
Farqad Farhan HameedAbstract:
The research aimed to identify the impact of direct and delayed feedback on learning the skills of serving and spiking in volleyball. The researcher used the experimental method on a sample of (20) players representing the Basra team for juniors and the Specialized Center for the Development of Volleyball in north of Basra, whose ages range between ( 13-15) years, and the sample was divided into two experimental groups at random, and each group had (10) players. The research tools include: skill tests - a program to teach the skills of serving and spiking in volleyball - a legal volleyball court - Arab resources - an assistant working group - legal volleyballs - a tape measure - colored adhesive tapes - a data dump form - a whistle - a medical scale - and it was done Using the statistical bag spss ver.24 to extract data and analyze it. The following conclusions were reached 1) The using of direct feedback has a clear advantage over delayed feedback in learning the skills of serving and spiking in volleyball, in the interest of the first group. 2) The using of direct and delayed feedback works to learn and develop the skill performance of some basic volleyball skills. 3) The using of direct feedback with the juniors ensures the correct learning process of basic skills. 4) The use of delayed feedback enables the learner to recognize the result of his performance in order to avoid making the same mistakes.Pages: 95-100 | 476 Views 58 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Farqad Farhan Hameed. Effect of direct and delayed feedback on learning the skills of serving and spiking in volleyball. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(1):95-100.