Developing variable swimming technique skills among Iraqi schoolchildren during physical education courses

Mutaman Jabar Muhamed Hussain, Karrar Abdulkareem Khudhair, Ahmed Hameed Jawad
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
Variable education technology is now more prevalent in Iraq's higher education institutions, notably in physical education courses. The rise in the number of unwell people living in society stands out among the numerous unfavorable phenomena. Another is the decrease in physical activity brought on by technological development, which impacts people's capacity to improve their overall physical functionality and ability to develop their physical qualities. And physical health is the most valuable
more » ... esource in any state, including Iraq. Thus it is crucial to find answers to the problems with physical education that affect students of all ages, especially young children. The project aims to develop and evaluate a method for teaching swimming to Iraqi kids in physical education classes while they are learning various skills. We selected several strategies to design a methodology for teaching swimming to Iraqi children in physical education classes. The approach used to categorize the study's results on the extent to which, among Iraqi students in the experimental and control groups, the essential physical features necessary for developing a variable capacity in teaching swimming had formed. The results were interpreted differently for each method.
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns8.13166 fatcat:tiz7mdkgrbfk7pqs2k4jogggbi