The effect of programming immediate and delayed feedback according to the stages of building the motor program on learning some compound offensive skills in basketball for students
Author(s): Dr. Omar Abdul Ghafoor Abdul Hafedh
Abstract: This study aimed to identify the impact of immediate and delayed feedback according to the stages of building the motor program in learning some of the offensive skills of the compound basketball for students, where the researcher used the experimental method for the sample numbered (15) students (for the two equal groups) for their suitability to solve the research problem, and that the research problem is The lack of effectiveness of learning some offensive skills in basketball, i.e. the lack of use of feedback and the failure to specify an appropriate time commensurate with the skills stages, so the researcher came to give immediate and delayed feedback, i.e. using a kinetic program to increase the effectiveness of learning and accelerate it and correct errors so that the learner can master the skill, and the researcher used (SPASS) program for statistical treatments, and the researcher concluded that the immediate and delayed feedback has a positive role in learning the complex skills of basketball, and the need to use the feedback in proportion to the stages of building the motor program for skills in basketball. Whereas, the researcher recommended focusing on the use of the types of feedback in basketball, and the necessity of using their types in each stage of the special skill with beginners, so that mistakes can be corrected on an ongoing basis.
Dr. Omar Abdul Ghafoor Abdul Hafedh. The effect of programming immediate and delayed feedback according to the stages of building the motor program on learning some compound offensive skills in basketball for students . J Sports Sci Nutr 2021;2(2):40-48.