Analysis of the evolution of the thought of the students of higher secondary-education related to their acceptance of responsibilities in the PE classes
Antonio Manuel Solana Sánchez
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Solana Sánchez, A. M. (2005). Análisis de la evolución del pensamiento de los alumnos de Bachillerato sobre la aceptación de responsabilidades en las clases de Educación Física. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 79, 29-39.
In this article a study on the evolution of the thought of the students of higher secondary-education related to their acceptance of responsibilities in the PE classes is shown. This work is part much wider and deeper study related to the responsibility of the students. For it, I used a quasi experimental design, only one group, with measures pre and postest. We made up a questionnaire that was answered by 28 students belonging to the last year of Higher-Secondary Education. Later on, we designed two Didactic Unit based on two sports: basketball and football devoting 15 and 12 sessions respectively using microteaching. The results show a positive evolution in aspects such as learning, behaviour, attention, participation, cooperation and organization of the lessons. Equally, student considered that they felt much more involved in class due no the fact that not only their independence and maturity but also their responsibility improved.
Published: January 01, 2005
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