1University of Montenegro, Faculty for Sports and Physical Education, Niksic, Montenegro
The Effect of Regular Physical Education in the Transformation Motor Development of Children with Special Needs
Sport Mont 2016, 14(1), 21-23
The aim of the research is to determine the level of quantitative changes of motor abilities of pupils with special needs under the influence of kinetic activity regular physical education teaching. The survey was conducted on students of the Centre for children and youth with special needs in Mostar, the city of Los Rosales in Mostar and day care facilities for children with special needs in Niksic. The sample was composed of boys of 46 subjects, who were involved in regular physical education for a period of one school year. The level of quantitative and qualitative changes in motor skills, written under the influence of kinesiology operators within regular school physical education classes, was estimated by applying appropriate tests of motor skills, selected in accordance with the degree of mental ability and biological age. Manifest variables applied in this experiment were processed using standard descriptive methods in order to determine their distribution function and basic function parameters. Comparisons of results of measures of central dispersion parameters initial and final measurement, it is evident that the applied program of physical education and sport contribute to changing the distribution of central and dispersion parameters, and that the same distribution of the final measurement closer to the normal distribution of results.
teaching, physical education, transformation, motor skills, students
Bojanic, Danilo, Ljubojevic, Milovan, and Bubanja, Marija. "The Effect of Regular Physical Education in the Transformation Motor Development of Children with Special Needs." Sport Mont, vol. 14, no. 1, 2016, pp. 21-23.
Bojanic, Danilo, Ljubojevic, Milovan, and Bubanja, Marija. "The Effect of Regular Physical Education in the Transformation Motor Development of Children with Special Needs." Sport Mont 14, no. 1 (2016). 21-23.