REFLECTING THINKING LEVEL FOR GYMNASTIC STUDENTS IN THE FACULTY OF SPORT EDUCATION IN YARMOUK UNIVERSITY, JORDAN – A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Ghada Al-khasawneh, Samar Al-shamayleh

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The study aimed to identify the level of reflective thinking among physical education students enrolled in gymnastics training classes at Yarmouk University in Jordan, and to identify the impact of gender upon reflective thinking. The sample was taken from the students of the physical education college including males and females enrolled in gymnastics training course, with a total of (80). 40 were male students, whereas 40 were females. They were chosen using the intentional method. The results show a high level of reflective thinking among students enrolled in the gymnastics training course. Also male students was better than female students in reflective thinking just on meditation after the event domain. Whereas the degree of reflective thinking was similar in both male and female student on the total average score of the test and on the other domains.

 

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reflective thinking, gymnastic, Yarmouk University

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