The impact of external feedback in learning and keep two skills transmission and reception volleyball at middle school aged students (12-13 years)

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21/4/2015 11:37 AM

The impact of external feedback in learning and keep two skills transmission and reception volleyball at middle school aged students (12-13 years)


 
Abstract

The study aims at identify the impact of external feedback in learning and keep my skills transmitter and receiver with the ball as well as the plane touched to several researchers, including SSI feedback and retention and forgetting and the importance of feedback in learning the basic skills.
The researchers used the experimental method on a sample of middle school students aged (12-13 years), who are (10) students.
Results were analyzed and discussed and the most important conclusions was that the external feedback improved performance, and nine of the learning process and have an active role in the learning process, especially in the first stages of learning and the most important recommendations of interest to be age-base essential to build teams players.



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