The Impact of Claus Meyer on Metacognitive Thinking and Learning the Skill of Defending the Court with Volleybal
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The study aimed to prepare a measure of metacognitive thinking commensurate with learning the skill, preparing educational units using the Claus Meyer model for metacognitive thinking, and learning the skill of defending the court in volleyball. To identify the effect of educational units using the model (and Claus Meyer) for metacognitive thinking and learning the skill of defending the court in volleyball. The two researchers used the experimental approach with the design of the experimental and control groups. The research community consisted of students of the second stage / College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / University of Baghdad for the academic year 2021-2022, whose number is (385) students. Their number is (10) people, as (4) people were chosen and they are (I, Z, Y), as the researcher chose Division (J) to prepare the metacognitive thinking scale and for the exploratory experiment, which numbered (33), and Division (I) the experimental group (Close model Meyer) of (31) and Division (G) of the control group of (30), after which the two researchers prepared a metacognitive thinking scale and used the volleyball court defense skill test, and then applied the scale and test to extract the pre and post results The two researchers reached several conclusions and recommendations, including: The exercises using the Claus-Meyer model prepared by the two researchers were effective in metacognitive thinking and the skill of defending the court with volleyball for students of the second stage in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Baghdad.
The exercises prepared by the teacher were effective in metacognitive thinking and the skill of defending in volleyball for students of the second stage in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Baghdad. The use of cooperative learning models based on special groups leads to learning skills more easily than the learner of similar groups. Introducing the educational model proposed by the two researchers within teaching volleyball skills. Conducting periodic tests for students to ensure the usefulness of the educational programs used.
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