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Record identifier : 566359
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Zamzami, Mohammad Shokri
Title and statement of responsibility : Attitudes of preservice physical education teachers toward teaching movement skills to students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms in Saudi Arabia [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : University of Arkansas, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , University of Arkansas
Summary or Abstract : The purpose of this study was to examine the preservice physical education (PPE) teachers' attitudes toward teaching movement skills to students with disabilities in regular educational settings in Saudi Arabia. Participants were 403 male who were students in the College of Physical Education in Saudi Arabia. They were between 17 and 27 years old. The PEATID-III survey was used to determine the PPE teachers' attitudes toward teaching students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms. The independent variables were academic year in college, past experience teaching students with disabilities, course work preparation, personal interaction with people with disability, and the type of the disability. Repeated measures (ANOVA) with no between and 2 within factor were used to analyze the first research question. Repeated measures (ANOVA) with one between and 2 within were used for the other research questions. Mean and standard deviation were used to express the data, and the f-values were considered to be statistically significant at the .05 level of probability. The major findings in this study were that (1) PPE teachers held more favorable attitudes toward students with emotional/behavioral disorders than students with learning disabilities and mental impairments, (2) PPE teachers showed more favorable attitudes toward teaching students with learning disabilities than students with mental impairments in regular educational settings, (3) the PPE teachers who were in the junior levels at college held more positive attitudes toward teaching students with disabilities than PPE teachers at the senior level, (4) PPE teachers who had taken APE or similar courses did not differ in their attitudes from PPE teachers who had not taken an APE course, (5) personal interaction with individuals with disabilities did not show any difference in attitudes, and (6) type of disability makes a significant difference in PPE teachers' attitudes toward teaching students with disabilities. Since this study was the first of its kind to examine attitudes of PPE teachers in Saudi Arabia, more research will be needed to confirm the finding..
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