PERCEPTIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS ABOUT THEIR TEACHING INSTRUCTORS AT UNIVERSITIES OF PAKISTAN

Dr. Saeed Javed, Dr. Abida Naseer, Fehmida Ayub

Abstract


Purpose: This research aimed to examine the perceptions of physical education students about their teachers. Methods: The population (N-545) of the study was all active male and female students of the departments of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, and Government College University Faisalabad. The research design was cross-sectional. The sample size of the study has consisted of 200 physical education students. The survey questionnaire was employed to collect the survey data. The statistical techniques used for data analysis were descriptive statistics through percentage, frequency, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson’s correlation analysis. Results: Results revealed a positive, significant, and strong relationship between teaching method and care and respect of physical education teachers. The findings further exposed the medium, positive, and significant relationship between care and respect and integrity and honesty of physical education teachers. Results revealed a positive, significant, and strong relationship between teaching method and integrity and honesty of physical education teachers. Conclusion: However, students’ perceptions may differ depending on their level of education, age, and gender. The overall perceptions of physical education students about their teachers were found up to the mark and they were satisfied with their teaching methods, care and respect, and integrity and honesty

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Teaching Methods, Care and Respect, Integrity and Honesty, PE Students

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