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أثر تعليم الجوانب الخططية في كرة القدم باستخدام الحاسوب على التفكير الخططي واتخاذ القرار دى طلبة كلية علوم الرياضة في جامعة مؤتة

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تهدف هذه الدراسة إلى التعرف على أثر تعليم برنامج الجوانب الخططية باستخدام الحاسوب على التفكير الخططي واتخاذ القرار لدى طلبة كلية علوم الرياضة في جامعة مؤتة، حيث تكونت عينة الدراسة من (10) طلاب من طلبة كلية علوم الرياضة في جامعة مؤتة ممن أنهوا مساق كرة قدم (2)، والمسجلين على الفصل الثاني من العام الدراسي 2010/2011، وتم إجراء الدراسة باستخدام تصميم المجموعة الواحدة، حيث تم تطبيق برنامج الجوانب الخططية المحوسب على أفراد العينة. ولغرض تحقيق أهداف الدراسة استخدم الباحثون المنهج التجريبي لملائمتة لطبيعة الدراسة، وتم استخدام الأساليب الإحصائية: (المتوسطات الحسابية، الانحرافات المعيارية، قيمة (ت)). وأظهرت نتائج الدراسة أن تعليم الجوانب الخططية باستخدام الحاسوب كان له اثر إيجابي على أفراد العينة، حيث ظهر أثر ذو دلالة إحصائية في مستوى التفكير الخططي واتخاذ القرار عند مقارنة نتائج القياسين القبلي والبعدي لأفراد العينة. وفي ضوء نتائج الدراسة أوصت الدراسة باستخدام مقياس التفكير الخططي في حال تسجيل الطلبة في مساق كرة قدم مُتقدم. وأوصت الدراسة –أيضاً- بعمل دراسات على برنامج التفكير الخططي بالإضافة إلى بعض الصفات النفسية مثل "الاسترخاء، والتصور العقلي". الكلمات الدالة: تفكير خططي، اتخاذ قرار، كرة قدم، الحاسوب. Research Title: The Effect of Learning Tactic Aspects in Football Through Computer on The Tactic Thinking and Decision Making for Faculty of Sport Sciences Students in Mu'tah University Belal awad aldmour Prof. Sadiq Khalid AlHayek Dr. Hasan alsuod Faculty of physical education, The University of Jordan Arab union researches, V.33, N.3, P: 125-152, 2013 Abstract The aim of the study identify the impact of learning aspects tactically using the computer to think about tactical and decision-making among the students of the Faculty of Sport Sciences at the University of Mutah, where the sample consisted of (10) students, students from the Faculty of Sport Sciences at the University of Mutah who have completed their football course ( 2), and registered the second quarter of the academic year 2010/2011, the study was conducted using one-group design, where the program was implemented on a computerized tactical aspects of the sample. For the purpose of achieving the objectives of the study the researcher used the experimental method for its relevance to the nature of the study, statistical methods were used: (averages, standard deviations, the value (v)). The study results showed that teaching the tactical aspects of using the computer has had a positive impact on supject, and found a statistically significant effect in the level of tactical thinking and decision-making when compared to the results of measurements of tribal members and ex-post sample. In light of the results of the study recommended using a scale tactical thinking in the case of registration of students in the advanced course football. The study recommended carrying out studies on a program of tactical thinking as well as some psychological characteristics such as "relaxation, visualization and mental." Key Words: Thinking And Decision Making, Football, and Computer.
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