Techniques to Aid Motor Learning in Teaching Volleyball Skills


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Masters of Education

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The purpose of this study was to examine the techniques to aid motor learning in teaching volleyball skills with players on a volleyball team during the off-season. This study utilized a modified case study design of a pretest, a treatment, and the posttest. There was no randomization of subjects in the study. An instrument was developed by the researcher to record serving, setting, and passing results. The data did show an increase in player efficiency for the volleyball skills of serving, setting, and passing. Additional studies are needed with a broader sample to validate the techniques to aid motor learning in teaching volleyball skills.