2023, Vol. 10, Issue 4, Part D
Educational technology standards in physical education and health beliefs of students: The mediating role of physical activity self-efficacyAuthor(s):
Jhon Roy Abellar Estopil and Lovella D SerranoAbstract:
The study aimed to find out the mediating effect of physical activity self-efficacy (MV) on the relationship between technology standards in physical education (IV) and the health beliefs of students (DV). This research used descriptive correlation and mediation techniques method. This study involved 303 respondents and utilized a stratified random sampling technique for data gathering, done electronically through email with a link to the Google form-made questionnaire sent to respondents. Mean, Pearson-r, and Med-graph using Zobel's z-test statistical tools were used. The results found a high descriptive level for IV, no overall result for DV, yet individually computed per indicator, and a moderate descriptive level for MV. Whereas a significant relationship was found between the IV and three indicators of the DV, no significant relationship was found for the other two indicators of the DV. At the same time, a significant relationship was found between the IV and the MV and between the MV and the four indicators of the DV, except for one. Lastly, the results revealed a full mediation effect between the relationship between IV and an indicator of DV and a partial mediation effect between the relationship of the IV and to other two indicators of DV. Implications of the study were also provided in this paper. Pages: 269-271 | 189 Views 48 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Jhon Roy Abellar Estopil, Lovella D Serrano. Educational technology standards in physical education and health beliefs of students: The mediating role of physical activity self-efficacy. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(4):269-271.