"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 3, Part A
Future of sports education in schools and training centersAuthor(s):
Dr. Sapna SahAbstract:
The education of sports in any school or institutions is essential for the development of child’s personality. It helps to exercise and relax their mind from all the tension and pressure of the study. However, absence of motivation among the children is a huge factor for their not participating in sports related activity in schools. Similarly, training centers are not getting enough children to train them in sports or physical fitness related activities.
There are many benefits which accrue to children with sports. It gives them a chance and opportunity for showing their skills and talent in competitions. Such experiences prepare them better for tackling the challenges of life. Other benefits on the children include good behavior and self-discipline which is learnt in playgrounds, achieve a better personality and have a positive relationship with one another. It also enhances the quality of the leadership among the group of children.
This article focuses on the importance or the growth of the education of sport in the school and training centres, their benefits as well as the challenges which occurred into the implementation of the practices in the schools like less involvement of higher authority or the less budget from management.
This report has given various recommendations and initiatives which can be used for improvements, such as encouraging more students to participate, increasing more number of tournaments and events, using updated resources or the materials for the training etc. There problems faced by schools and training centers that no one is ready to invest is also discussed in this article.Pages: 29-32 | 112 Views 16 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Sapna Sah. Future of sports education in schools and training centers. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2020; 7(3): 29-32.