The Effect of Varied Teaching Strategies on Learning Backstroke Swimming for Students

  • Hala Hussein Ali
  • Tariq Nezar Al- Talib
  • Yaseer Najah Hussein
Keywords: cooperative learning, multi intelligences, fast learning

Abstract

The researchers aimed at designing some varied teaching strategies for learning backstroke swimming as well as identifying the effect of these strategies on learning backstroke swimming. They hypothesized significant statistical differences in learning backstroke in the posttests of all groups. The researchers divided the subjects into three groups; (6) multi-intelligence group, (9) cooperative learning group, and (8) fast learning group. There are (16) teaching sessions with two sessions per week. The results showed that the fast learning group came first followed by the cooperative group then motor intelligence. The researchers concluded that fast learning activity was better in giving backstroke earning results for learning backstroke swimming in students.

Published
2020-12-28
How to Cite
1.
Ali H, Al- Talib T, Hussein Y. The Effect of Varied Teaching Strategies on Learning Backstroke Swimming for Students. jope [Internet]. 28Dec.2020 [cited 14Apr.2021];32(4):111-6. Available from: https://jcope.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/jcope/article/view/1046