"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Part E
The effectiveness of teaching and learning among physical education in secondary school teachers: Student’s perceptionAuthor(s):
Junaidy Mohamad Hashim, Mohd Foazi Md Nor, Syed Ahmad Ezahar Syed Ambon, Mohd Zainuri Embi, Rosli Hamid and Gunthevan EllumalaiAbstract:
This research is entitled The Effectiveness of Teaching and Learning among Physical Education Teacher in Secondry School. The purpose of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and learning process by Physical Education (PE) teachers from three aspects such as knowledge, skills and the attitude towards the teaching process of the subject based on student’s perception. Furthers more, this research is made to observe relation existed between age and the teaching experience of the teacher with all the aspects mentioned above. This research is also base on the purpose to know is there any differences between the level education received by teachers with all the aspects. The data was analysed by using SPSS software version 10.0. From the research, we can see that most of the students have a good perception on the effectiveness of the teaching and learning process by the PE’s teachers from the aspects of knowledge, skills and attitude. Not only that, there is attitude significant relation exists between the teacher’s age and teaching experience and all the aspects. And from the research, also find out that there is no difference exists between teacher’s educational level with all the aspects. Finally, I would like to proposed to all teachers to speed up an effort to increase the educational sector quality for the goods of universal developments.Pages: 285-289 | 448 Views 10 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Junaidy Mohamad Hashim, Mohd Foazi Md Nor, Syed Ahmad Ezahar Syed Ambon, Mohd Zainuri Embi, Rosli Hamid, Gunthevan Ellumalai. The effectiveness of teaching and learning among physical education in secondary school teachers: Student’s perception. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(4):285-289.