Scout Culture and its Relationship with Scout Curricula According to the Perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals among Scout Leaders in Iraq

Authors

  • Magda Abbas Muhammad Ali
  • Mahmood Dawood Salman
  • Amna Fadel Mahmoud

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i4.17234

Keywords:

Scouting culture, Scouting curricula according to the sustainable development goals perspective.

Abstract

The Scout movement is considered a tool for upbringing and building for generations in a way that
reflects positively on the civilized, scientific and social development of society, for it is no longer just
a means to occupy the leisure time of youth, but rather has become a contribution to developing their
abilities and behaviour by developing their social skills, instilling sound values and ethics for them, and
enriching their knowledge with movements and information that It can contribute to providing them
with experiences that qualify them physically, mentally and socially as individuals who are good citizens
in their societies to build a generation capable of serving their homeland. Values have a great and direct
influence on the work that the mobile performs in terms of controlling his behavior and defining his
goals And taking decisions related to its work, and the extent of the relationship of scouting curricula
according to the perspective of the sustainable development goals with the application of scout culture
in the behavior of scouts, the research objectives. the research community was identified with leaders
and scout leaders in the education directorates in the governorates of Iraq except for the Kurdistan
region for the academic year 2019-2020, and the researchers identified the research sample in a random
way, Whereas, (10) leaders and female leaders were selected for the reconnaissance experiment, (40)
leaders and female leaders for the construction sample.

Author Biographies

Magda Abbas Muhammad Ali

Lecturer, University of Babylon - Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / Iraq

Mahmood Dawood Salman

Prof. Dr. , Al- Mustaqbal University - Physical Education and Sport Sciences Department, College, 51001 Hillah, Babil, Iraq

Amna Fadel Mahmoud

Prof. Dr., University of Babylon - Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / Iraq

Published

2021-09-05

How to Cite

Magda Abbas Muhammad Ali, Mahmood Dawood Salman, & Amna Fadel Mahmoud. (2021). Scout Culture and its Relationship with Scout Curricula According to the Perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals among Scout Leaders in Iraq. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(4), 3032-3037. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i4.17234