2018, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Part C
Basic hope, attitudes, and motivation to learn during educational activities in physical education studentsAuthor(s):
Tadeusz Leszek JasińskiAbstract:
This study aimed at assessing a degree of the basic hope and motivation character (typical behavior) showed by the physical education students during their educational activities. It was assumed that the degree of the basic hope may determine students’ approach and motivation to learn (study). Eighty four students of the physical education at the Academy of Physical Education and Sport (APhES) in Gdańsk participated in this study, including 47 male and 37 female students aged between 22 and 28 years. Three scales (questionnaires) were used. The first BHI-12 served to measure basic hope; RMD to measure three attitudes of the examined students: 1) rivalry (R); 2) drive for mastering (M); 3) diligence (D), and MIE, which enables to assess motivation character (internal and external) of the students. An analysis of the obtained data indicated that the examined students are characterized by the basic hope level was higher than the average. Typical attitudes during learning are related to both diligence and drive for mastering. Physical education students are characterized by the internal motivation during study. Both gender and sport activity does not differentiate significantly the degree of basic hope, attitudes, and motivation to learn.Pages: 183-188 | 825 Views 44 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Tadeusz Leszek Jasiński. Basic hope, attitudes, and motivation to learn during educational activities in physical education students. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(3):183-188.