2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Relationship of self-efficacy with academic achievement in physical education of government rural senior secondary school students
Author(s): Sukhchain Singh and Dr. Nishan Singh Deol
In these days, there are numerous researches working about different kinds of psychological variables. Self-efficacy is an important variable as an individual’s all over development. This study explores the self-efficacy relationship with academic achievement in physical education of rural senior secondary school students. The examination led through descriptive method for research. This technique has without a doubt been the most famous and most generally utilized research strategy in education. Self-Efficacy Scale by Sud, Schwarzer and Jerusalem (1998) scale is used to find the self-efficacy relation with academic achievement in physical education. The present investigation uncovered the correlation in between self-efficacy and academic achievement in physical education of rural senior secondary school students as ‘r’= 0.12 at 0.05 level of significant. On reflecting over the results, self-efficacy and academic achievement are positively correlated to each other. In this study, high group performed significantly better rather than low group. To gain self-efficacy parents also should motivate their children to participate in games and to learn physical education components very deeply because they figure out how to modify and comprehend themselves better, when they play together. They ought to give every day playing task or minor games in such an approach to improve their physical quality and mental pleasure. Physical education teacher should develop various kind of peer group competition and sports activities so that students can be participate in those valuable activities and take an opportunity to gain their confidence level. By giving some assignments and self decision making events with frequent feedback, is also an important step to increase self-efficacy.
Pages: 859-861 | 165 Views 6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sukhchain Singh and Dr. Nishan Singh Deol. Relationship of self-efficacy with academic achievement in physical education of government rural senior secondary school students. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 859-861.