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Discussion of a master’s thesis on the impact of model (Claire and Marzona) on the level of cognitive achievement and learning the technical performance of some basic skills in volleyball for female students

In the College of Education for Girls, a master’s thesis was discussed by student Sarah Salah Hadi from the Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences tagged (exemplary effect (Claire and Marzona) on the level of cognitive achievement and learning the technical performance of some basic skills in volleyball for female students).
The study supervised by Prof. Dr. Hamida Obaid Abdul Amir aimed to demonstrate the effect of using the (Keeler) and (Marzona) model on the level of cognitive achievement and technical performance of some basic skills in women’s volleyball.
The study found that there is an evolution in the amount of the researched variables (sending from the bottom directed, receiving the sending, preparing from the top, and the cognitive achievement of female students in volleyball) and for the three research groups, and that the Marzona model has an advantage over the Keeler model over the method used by the teacher in the development of the researched variables. (Sending from the bottom directed, receiving the sending and preparing from the top, and the cognitive achievement of female students in volleyball).
It was attended by Assistant Professor Dr. Alaa Naji Al-Mawla, Dean of the College of Education for Girls, Assistant Dean for Scientific and Administrative Affairs, and a number of the department’s professors.

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