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European Journal of Contemporary Education, v18 n4 p381-389 2016

Research aim was to reveal peculiarities of the education of social skills among senior high school age students in physical education classes. We hypothesized that after the end of the educational experiment the senior high school age students will have more developed social skills in physical education classes. Participants in the study were 51 pupils of the ninth grade (15.15 ± 0.36). Experimental group consisted of 25 and the control group of 26 senior high school age students. Bulotaite and Gudzinskiene communication skills questionnaire; Social Skills Rating System (Student form); Snaider's social self-control evaluation methods and Legkauskas subjective social adaptation scale were used. Repeated measures (RM) multivariate analysis of variance (2 × 2 (Group × Time) MANOVA) was used in order to analyse the effects of the educational program. During the experiment the applied measures of educational impact had a statistically significant effect on the components of experimental group senior high school age students' communication, cooperation, assertiveness and social adaptation skills in physical education classes.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interpersonal Competence, High School Seniors, Physical Education, Hypothesis Testing, Educational Experiments, Grade 9, Experimental Groups, Control Groups, Comparative Analysis, Communication Skills, Questionnaires, Likert Scales, Self Control, Evaluation Methods, Social Adjustment, Multivariate Analysis, Statistical Significance, Cooperation, Assertiveness, Skill Development, Statistical Analysis

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Autor: Akelaitis, Arturas V.; Malinauskas, Romualdas K.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3991&id=EJ1123123







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