International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

E- ISSN: 2349-4182
P- ISSN: 2349-5979

Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2019)

Attitude of physical education teachers towards physical activities

Author(s): Sandhya Mishra
Abstract: This paper is based on the fact, experience and concern of many physical education & teachers about the severe in levels of physical activity and the ways in which, incorporation & teaching of physical activity is carried out. This paper deals with the theoretical psychological basis of physical activity and interactive carried out in measurement of this dimension. This paper tries to bring out the relevance of psychological determinates of physical activity and how these need to substantially dealt with so as to bring about a major shift in physical activity level of individual, it also tries to bring to liked the various instruments measuring the affective domain related to physical activity and substantiates the importance of assessment of affective domain in physical activity. Teacher personality patterns shaped in the form of characteristics attributed to particular groups of teachers of the given subject, as if they were accept in school practice. Such opinions are generally formulated by pupils. The present study is an attempt to analyse, opinions on distinguish characteristics of physical education teachers as they are perceived by teachers of other subjects and to compare them with the PE teachers self-assessment. However, teachers of other subjects assess these features much lower. In their opinion, the strongest distinguish feature of physical education teachers in the school is mainly their outfit, they are also identified by dynamics in action opinion, lifestyle, innovation at work and courage. This means that-either the physical education teachers have a very high opinion of their value or their peers teaching other subjects underestimate the assessment, Undoubtedly, the self perception factor and related mechanisms of self-promotion and depreciation play certain role in this case.
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