عنوان مقاله [English]
Physical education is one of the most important lessons in the field of education in it cause that student to be socialized and responsible. according the use of educational technology to increase the participation of students more actively and engage in this lesson, the aim of this study is to investigate the effects mentioned and use of technology in the learning and teaching of physical education in schools. the statistical population is all students and teachers of Gorgan city. three schools were randomly selected from among the selected schools. eight students were randomly selected from each class. six teachers from each school were randomly selected to interview teachers. the results showed that students value the new skills in physical education such as ambitions and entertainments, and they consider it the key to quality physical education, students also see the use of technology in physical education as one of the ways to achieve success in physical education. in this regard, teachers consider the use of technology in physical education in schools to be more useful and they affect the emotional and social development of students
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