SHS Web Conf.
Volume 48, 2018ERPA International Congresses on Education 2018 (ERPA 2018)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||15 August 2018|
A comparative study regarding secondary school students’ satisfaction degree regarding the physical education class in Romanian and in Turkey
‘’Dunarea de Jos’‘ University, Domneasca Street, 47, Galati, 800008, Romania
2 Transilvania University, Eroilor Street, 29, Brasov, 500036, Romania
3 ‘’Alexandru Ioan Cuza’’ University, Carol I Street, 11, Iasi 700506, Romania
* Corresponding author: email@example.com, the present paper is the result of the equal contribution of all authors.
In order for physical education classes in school to achieve their goals in the training and development of pupils, they must participate with pleasure, convinced that physical exercise helps them maintain an optimal state of health, a harmonious physical and personality development. For these reasons, it is important to know how students appreciate the physical education classes, how attractive they are to them, and what are their views on how to improve teaching techniques. The survey was conducted during school year 2015-2016, in November for the school from Turkey, on a number of 100 respondents and in March, for the schools from Romania, on a number of 94 respondents. The self-designed questionnaire represents the most widely used method in quantitative sociological research. The self-designed questionnaire contained a total of 10 questions that followed: In the first 4 questions, it was followed the pupils’ opinion regarding the number of physical education classes in the school curriculum, the degree of satisfaction with the physical education classes in school, and the benefits that physical activity is believed to have. Questions 5-7 aimed at the rewards or sanctions received in the physical education class and the conflicts that may arise in the relationship between teacher and student. In both countries, physical education and sport require knowledge of all aspects associated with physical exercise, students’ willingness to exercise and practise a sport, the desire to engage in physical exercises and their awareness of the influence that physical education has on their health.
Key words: pupils / PE classes / attitudes
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