The Effects of Applied Studies and Micro-Teaching on The Student’s Performances from Physical Education Graduates in Sultan Qaboos University

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This paper deals with the effects of applied studies and Micro-teaching on physical education student’s performances from graduate’s perspective. Study population number of physical education graduated who are known in different position in the field of physical education in Oman some are lecturer some are inspector and physical education teacher in ministry of education in Oman and last year student who finished study applied studies and micro teaching. The sample consisted of 100 graduated from physical education. Descriptive methods were used as well as develop a questionnaire was designed, consisting of 29 items distributed among three domains. The reliability and validity of the questionnaire were then established, means and standard deviation were calculated.
The results indicated that the main difficulties stem from a number of factors, including the gap between theory and practice, and the assessment of the performance of student teachers based on just one visit by the university professors, among others.
The study concludes by recommending a revision to the curricula of university courses to meet field demands and adopt more variation in the supervision and assessment methods.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)179-189
JournalAssiut Journal of Science and Arts of Physical Education
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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