A Comparative Study of Cognitive Achievement in Football Among Students who Have Different Learning Styles

Authors

  • Mohammed Saad Jebur1 , Jasim Saleh Majon2 , Hayder Abdulhafdh Shehab1

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13758

Keywords:

Cognitive achievement, football, learning styles (VAK).

Abstract

The study aims at identifying the differences in cognitive achievement in football among students with
different learning styles. The researchers used the descriptive approach with a comparative study method for
its suitability for the nature of the problem, and the sample of the examined students who are the fourth stage
students in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Science - Samarra University for the academic year
2018-2019. The number of students is (108), and the researchers used the Learning Styles Scale (VAK) that
was developed at the Qattan Center for Educational Research and Development and a measure of cognitive
achievement in football The main experiment was carried out on Sunday 5/5/2019 to statistically manipulate
data, the researchers used the Statistical Package (SPSS) to find: (mean, standard deviation, simple correlation
coefficient Pearson, F test for variance analysis, and L.S.D test). The researchers concluded that there were
significant differences in cognitive achievement in football among students with different learning styles.
students who preferred visual learning style over students who preferred auditory and kinesthetic learning
styles, and students who preferred auditory learning style superior to students who preferred learning style
Sense - kinesthetic

Author Biography

Mohammed Saad Jebur1 , Jasim Saleh Majon2 , Hayder Abdulhafdh Shehab1

1 Lec. 2
Assist.Prof .,College Of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Samarra, Iraq

Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Mohammed Saad Jebur1 , Jasim Saleh Majon2 , Hayder Abdulhafdh Shehab1. (2020). A Comparative Study of Cognitive Achievement in Football Among Students who Have Different Learning Styles. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(1), 2382-2387. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13758