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The research aims to use progressive test capabilities to identify the capabilities of prospective teachers of Physical Education, who desire to work as teachers in schools of education in all categories. This research was conducted using a descriptive research method and a total sample consisted of 60 experts, including 10 academic experts from the Curriculum and Instruction Department, 10 directors of Physical Education, 10 managers of schools, 5 experts in computer and 25 graduate students. The survey used questionnaires in collecting data. The questionnaire which was designed by the researchers sought to test prospective physical education teacher’s performance with themes such as work under pressure, work amid distractions, speed of decision-making, power of observation, the level of intelligence, memory and concentration and synergies neuromuscular. The most important recommendations for the selection of prospective Physical Education teachers is to use the test proposed computer to learn about the capabilities of the candidates and the possibility of using the programme to develop the capacity of teachers.
Keywords: Test capabilities, computerised test, test the capabilities of physical education teachers, teacher’s capabilities development.
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