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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Ivaškienė, Vida;Čepelionienė, Jurgita
Title: Kokios kūno kultūros dėstytojo savybės nepatinka studentams?
Other Title: Which traits of physical education teacher students dislike the most?
Is part of: Sporto mokslas, 2014, nr. 2, p. 45-48
Date: 2014
Keywords: Kūno kultūros dėstytojas;Studentai;Universitetas;Physical education teacher;Students;University
Abstract: Nowadays work at the university challenges teachers a lot as students, social partners, politicians and society start questioning long cherished values of academic work (Pociūtė et al., 2012). The object of teacher’s performance is a student who manages to take subjective position and become an active participant of the educational process with his own purposes, believes, motives, logic behavior and whose role is to acquire the given information (Adamonienė et al., 2001). The aim of this research is to reveal which traits of physical education teachers, students dislike the most. The data of the research was collected from the university students’ responses, the total number of participants – 1012. Both the research 1 and the research 2 relied on a written specially designed questionnaire; demographic questions as well as various scales were presented. The most disliked traits of the physical education teacher were drawn from the results of ten statements questionnaire, which reveal the most dominant traits of a teacher. The most disliked traits of a physical education teacher for female and male students are passive participation during physical education classes, lack of interaction with the students and lack of enthusiasm. Male students do not appreciate when the teacher requires the fulfillment of the normatives.
Appears in Collections:Sporto mokslas, 2014, Nr. 2

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