Development Instrument Test Basketball Chest Pass Skills for 11-13 Year Olds


Study this aims to create a test prototype of skills technique basic passing in basketball chest pass movements for elementary school students aged 11-13 years which is valid and accurate based on indicator skills technique basic basketball chest pass movement. Method used development qualitative, and quantitative with the Brog and Gall development model with ten stages. Subject in study this is SDN 3 Lemba Regency Soppeng in research here, students class on aged 11-13 years. Chosen with use technique cluster. With the SPSS Version 29 program, the data was analyzed using the normality test and homogeneity test. Research results obtained in the scale test big expert material is lecturer test measurement sport by 80%, media experts tested by experts computer by 84%, and practitioner test coach licensed with 90% yield. With results more of than 80% in three initial test stages, test scale small and arrived scale test stage big so can conclude study development is a product new in test measurement sports basketball in the particular technique of basic passing in the chest pass movement for children aged 11-13 years, based on results the state that proto type test development this can be used and developed with good effectiveness and efficiency.

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Syamsul Darmawan, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Nofi Marlina Siregar, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Hidayat Humaid, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia

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Conference: ACEID2024
Stream: Interdisciplinary

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Darmawan S., Siregar N., & Humaid H. (2024) Development Instrument Test Basketball Chest Pass Skills for 11-13 Year Olds ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2024 Official Conference Proceedings
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