Stacking Sports Development Program Improves Physical Skills of the Hand and Eyes in Special Education Students
Keywords:Stacking sports, Students with Special Educational Needs (SPE), Development Program
Stacking is an individual and team sport that requires players to stack 9 or 12 cups in the fastest time possible. The Stacking Sports development program was implemented at the Integrated Special Education Program (PPKI) of SK Kampong Gelam (Kampong Gelam National School) Malacca to unearth talent among students in stacking sports to be highlighted at the next school level to a higher level. In addition, this program is also to improve the physical skills of Students with Special Educational Needs (SPE) such as hand-eye coordination, speed and focus. It can also increase self-confidence, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Failure to master these skills will cause students to lack confidence and not be able to play well. The goal of this Stacking Sports Development Program is to provide systematic understanding and training to SPE. The goal of this Stacking Sports Development Program is to see how Special Education kids can grasp this game correctly and rapidly. In 2021, this programme will target 17 students with special educational needs at Sekolah Kebangsaan Kampong Gelam in Malacca. The data obtained in the implementation of this development programme is the outcome of a competition. The data gathered from the programme demonstrates that the program's implementation has successfully boosted the confidence and skills of SPE in stacking sports and has been able to generate new talents in Stacking Sports in the state of Malacca and Malaysia.
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