The Impact of Individualized Instruction Strategy on the Agility and Coordination among Students Under 16 Age


Successful and effective instruction must be based on a clear strategy that can be conducted in reality and that satisfies the needs of the learners regardless of their levels. This visionary strategy must simulate the contemporary reality and put the basis for the future. It puts too much concern on the pros and cons among learners to achieve the level that both those who are responsible for the learning process and the learners look for. The importance of this research shows that the learner is the core and the axes in the learning process; s/he has wishes and intentions as well as individual differences. S/he is not an empty vessel where the teacher pours whatever s/he wants him to learn. His learning must be in harmony with these features in order to achieve the educational goals. The research is based on the problem that person responsible for the process of instruction and learning sees the group of learners as the instructional unit and doesn’t look at the individual learner as he is the person who carries specific features, abilities and bodily and skillful potentials. If these are the attitude and style of instruction that prevail, many of the instructional goals won't be fulfilled and much time and effort will be consumed worthlessly. The research aims at finding out the impact of individualized instruction strategy on the development of the agility and coordination among Students under 16 age. The research sample is fourth preparatory class students at the age of 16. In the second chapter, the researchers have dealt with the words that are mentioned in the title like; strategy, individualized instruction, agility, coordination.In chapter three, the researchers specified the study sample and the followed procedure which is an experimental one, for it is the most suitable. The actual sample is 21 students which makes 19%. They were distributed into three groups of 7 students. Chapter four displays and discusses the results of the tests of agility and coordination as well as the level of development. In chapter five, the researchers concluded that there is a very positive impact of the individualized instruction strategy in the educational process and the programs based on the observance of individual differences. The researchers also recommend the use and application of the instructional program that is based on individual differences (individualized instruction).