Effect of Juggling Ball Training on Mental Rotation Performance in Students with Learning Disabilities, Banhauikhama School

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Phutsa Sareebute
Wayu Kanjanasorn

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          The objective of this research was to investigate the effect of juggling ball task on mental rotation among students with learning disabilities in Banhuaikhama School. The sample of this research was to 10 students with learning disabilities in Banhuaikhama School under the supervisor of Loei Primary Education Service Area Office 2. They are studying in grade 4-6 in the academic year 2019. They are 10-12 years old, divided into 6 male students and 4 female students. The sample was selected based on a purposive sampling. The research instruments were juggling ball task and mental rotation task. Data were then analyzed using statistics, including percentage, mean, and standard deviation, and Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test.The results indicated that after trained with juggling ball task, a mean score on mental rotation of the sample was higher than before with a statistical significance (p< 0.05). In conclusion, juggling ball task can promote the mental rotation ability among students with learning disabilities.

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Sareebute, P., & Kanjanasorn, W. (2020). Effect of Juggling Ball Training on Mental Rotation Performance in Students with Learning Disabilities, Banhauikhama School . Journal Of Ratchasuda College for Research and Development of Persons With Disabilities, 16(1), 59-69. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/244228
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