Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

TIME MANAGEMENT OF MOTOR PRACTICE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION SESSIONS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION

Abstract

Jesús Molina, Juan C. Garrido, Francisco D. Martínez-Martínez

The main target has been to determine how much time physical education teachers dedicate to motor activity and how much of it they effectively use with their students. The study is mainly descriptive, and the sample used comprises of 4 male physical education teachers whose ages range from 30 to 50 years, and also a scale of time management which has been designed in order to determine the presence or absence of motor activity. The results confirm that the students do not even have half of the total time available for the use of motor activity. These findings are really alarming for the achievement of the targets and competencies in this subject. For this reason, some indications are provided to improve the current situation. Through the following study, it has been possible to identify, delimit and define the way in which time management is structured and allocated in physical education sessions.

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