The aim of this study is to explore the effect of self-learning in learning badminton serve skill for persons with hearing disability and the best method to achieve that. The study sample consisted of (20) students with hearing disabilities. The sample is distributed into two groups first; experimental using self-learning where (10) students used Facebook, second; control through traditional learning amongst (10) other students. The researcher concluded that both, the educational programs using self-learning and traditional education have a positive effect on the acquisition of short serve and high serve skills when playing badminton. While there was no difference in the effect of self-learning and traditional learning in learning short serve and high serve skills. In his recommendation, the researcher pointed to the importance of diversification in terms of learning methods, and the utilization of the available educational tools to enhance the traditional learning process and encourage people with disabilities to adopt self-learning to acquire new skills.
Self-learning, Badminton, Hearing Disability
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