Υπαίθριες αθλητικές δραστηριότητες αναψυχής στο μάθημα της φυσικής αγωγής στο δημοτικό σχολείο [article]

Μαρία-Ελπινίκη Λυγουριώτη, Γεώργιος Κώστα, University Of Thessaly, University Of Thessaly
2016
Lygourioti Maria Elpiniki: Outdoor sports recreational activities for physical education in elementary school. (Under the supervision of G. Kosta, Associate Professor) The purpose of this study was the inclusion of appropriate recreational activities in the course of physical education in elementary school. The sample of the study consisted of 76 students of the 5 th grade, 32 in experimental group and 44 in control group. The study was conducted through questionnaires and all scales had
more » ... l scales had acceptable levels of internal consistency (α>.60). The results from repeated measures analysis of variance indicated that: і) For lesson satisfaction, there wasn't a statistically significant difference neither between measurements, nor significant interaction between measurement and experimental groups. Even more, no statistically significant differences were found between groups. іі) For enjoyment, there were statistically significant differences between measurements, and statistically significant interaction between measurement and experimental groups, but there were no statistically significant difference between groups. ііі) For the effort, there wasn't a statistically significant difference neither between measurements, nor significant interaction between measurement and experimental groups. Even more, no statistically significant differences were found between groups. іv) As for leisure physical activity, there were statistically significant differences between measurements, and statistically significant interaction between measurement and experimental groups, but there were no statistically significant difference between groups. In conclusion, the selected leisure activities were entertaining for the experimental group. Furthermore, physical activity in leisure time in the experimental group was higher during the second measurement, which may mean that these activities can have a positive effect on physical activity in total.
doi:10.26253/heal.uth.2297 fatcat:wk7fuqlbane2bp4egkmjdq3xq4