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Paper Title :
The Implementation of Selected Sports Activities among State Universities in Eastern Visayas

Author :Paulina S. Benzon

Article Citation :Paulina S. Benzon , (2018 ) " The Implementation of Selected Sports Activities among State Universities in Eastern Visayas " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 34-43, Volume-4,Issue-8

Abstract : This study investigated the level of implementation of selected activities in state universities in Eastern Visayas during the school year 2011-2012. It aimed to determine the socio-demographic profile of the Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors in terms of age, gender, sex, civil status, educational attainment, years of coaching in sports, and in-service trainings in sports; the implementation of selected sports activities along aspects of curriculum integration, extent of implementation of sports activities, and availability of sports facilities; attitudes of Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors towards the implementation of sports activities as rated by themselves and the students. Further, it sought to find out the significant relationship between the Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors and implementation of selected sports activities; the significant difference between the attitude of Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors on the implementation of selected sports activities as rated by themselves and the students; the significant difference among the state universities on the implementation of the selected sports activities; and the relationship between the attitudes of teachers and students on the implementation of selected sports activities. The correlational and comparative research methods were employed in this study with Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, sports directors, and varsity athletes among state universities in Eastern Visayas as respondents who were chosen through purposive sampling technique. A survey questionnaire was used to gather pertinent data for frequency counts, percentages, weighted means, multiple regression, and t-test in statistical treatment of data. A majority of the respondents were within the age bracket 31-40 and the majority belonged to the 30 years old and below age bracket. There were more male than female respondents among Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors who were mostly married and were Master’s degree holders; a majority were coaching in sports from 6 to 10 years and attended in-service trainings once or twice, while others attended 3-5, 6-8, and 9 or more in-service trainings. On the implementation of sports activities along with the extent to which objectives were being attained, it was found to be “highly attained”; curriculum integration was “moderately implemented”; support to learning was “moderately implemented”; strategies were “often implemented”; participation in sports competition was “implemented”; pieces of sports equipment were “adequate”; and sports facilities were often “often available.” The attitude of Physical Education teachers, trainers, coaches, and sports directors towards implementation of sports activities was “very favorable” while that of the students was “favorable.” Age, length of service, and in-service training on sports were significantly related to the dependent variable, while gender, civil status, educational attainment, and years of coaching in sports were not significantly related to the dependent variable. There was a significant difference between faculty and students’ attitudes towards the implementation of sports activities. Lastly, there were significant differences among the state universities in Eastern Visayas on the implementation of sports activities.

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