OBSTACLES FACING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN IRAQI PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS PERCEIVED BY TEACHERS IN ANBAR GOVERNORATE
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to investigate the obstacles facing the implementation of physical education curriculum in Iraqi public schools as perceived by teachers in Anbar governorate. Moreover, exploring if there are any significant statistical differences attributed to gender, scientific qualification and experience. The sample of the study consisted of (69) teachers. For the purposes of this study the researcher adopted a questionnaire consisted of (54) items distributed into five domains, those are: administrative obstacles, professional obstacles, technical and supervision obstacles, internal and external obstacles and potentials and facilities obstacles. The study concluded the following findings: 1. Obstacles to the application of physical education curriculum in public schools in Iraq, as perceived by teacher were in an average level, where the arithmetic average of the responses of the sample (3.47: 5.00). The results showed that professional obstacles ", "potentials and facilities", and "technical constraints and oversight," and "administrative obstacles", and "environmental constraints internal and external" were the highest with averages of (3.70), (3:53), (3:47), (3:35), (3:29).respectively. Moreover, 7. There are no significant statistical differences in the application of physical education in public schools in Iraq, as perceived by teacher in Anbar province due to the variables of gender, educational qualification and experience.
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Al-Oun, I. S., & Al- leheeby, M. Q. H. (2015). OBSTACLES FACING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN IRAQI PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS PERCEIVED BY TEACHERS IN ANBAR GOVERNORATE. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 11(16). Retrieved from http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/5872