International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 12 - Issue 3 (6) | PP: 511 - 519 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2023.12.3.6
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Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence among Students of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Mu’tah University

Anoud Al-Hjouj ,
Nuseibah Omamiryyin
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
27/11/2022 20/12/2022 9/1/2023 18/6/2023
Abstract
This study aimed at identifying the bodily kinesthetic intelligence among the students of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Mu'tah University. The study sample consisted of (201) male and female students who were selected by the simple random way from the students of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Mu'tah University, who are enrolled in the first semester of the academic year (2022/2023). In order to achieve the study objectives, the study used the descriptive survey approach due to its compatibility to the study nature. The researchers used the scale of bodily kinesthetic intelligence developed by Ali Khalaf. The results revealed that the level of bodily kinesthetic intelligence among the students of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Mu'tah University was high. The results revealed that there are statistically significant differences in the level of bodily kinesthetic intelligence attributed to the variable of gender in favor of males and to the variable of academic year in favor of the third academic year. The results revealed that there are no statistically significant differences attributed to the variable of university estimation. Based on the results, the study recommended the necessity of urging the staff of the Faculty of Sports Sciences to hold training courses that contribute to retaining the level of bodily kinesthetic intelligence among the students of sports sciences.


How To Cite This Article
Al-Hjouj , A.& Omamiryyin , N. (2023). Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence among Students of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Mu’tah University. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 12 (3), 511-519, https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2023.12.3.6

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