The objective of this study was to assess the level of the student performance in the PE classes. The sample of the study was (n=30) male seventh graders in the Jordanian Ministry of Education/South Shounah area during 2014-2015. The Spss were chosen intentionally from the seventh grade Al-Nahdah Secondary School. The researchers have constructed threefold, classified test related to the three domains of learning (cognitive, affective, and psychomotor). The validity of the test was examined throughout some professional judges at The University of Jordan. Regarding the reliability coefficient , Cronbach Alpha was utilized and found to be satisfactory. The (SPSS) was used to analyze the data statistically, means, standard deviations, the percentages, in addition to item difficulty and item discrimination of the knowledge test were computed. The results revealed a high percentage pertaining in the cognitive domain and psychomotor domain tests, and moderate in the affective domain test. On the light of these results, the researchers recommend that more workshops should be given to PE teachers in order to better understand how to evaluate motor performance of the learners in the school settings, in both norms and criterion referenced type tests.
Mekhled E. AlAmareen
Assessment; Performance Level; Criterion Referenced Test.