Children With Development Coordination Disorder Will Increase Their Visual Motor Skills With The Aid Of A Six Week Basketball

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School aged children with development coordination disorder will increase their visual motor skills with the aid of a six week basketball protocol intervention. The study was conducted with the aid of 30 school aged children, ages ranging from 8 years to approximately 10 years and 11 months. Several qualitative statically data were collected to show the results of the study. Included were: descriptive statistics, pivot table and a t test, below I will specifically present each data to help better interpret data collected during intervention. Descriptive statistics Included in this report is an excel file with all the scores used to calculate the following data, it will help understand the following central tendency better, as far as where these numbers were taken. Central tendency includes the commonly used mean, mode and median. This helps analyze data more effectively and for through understanding of research. I will highlight the most significant ones here. MEAN: this will be reporting the average values of sex, age (months), primary disability (Prim Dis) and therapist. The mean for sex is 0.466666667; age had a mean of 112.5666667, primary disability of 1.666666667 and therapist mean of 2.066666667. Mode/median: these two data were very similar scores. Sex had a mode and median of 0, age had median of 112.5 and mode of 113, prim dis mode and median of 1 and lastly, therapist mode and median of 2. DISPERSION: this is used to calculate the spread of values in

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