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Exploring the effects of a running program on self-efficacy and enjoyment of high school students: a case study

  title={Exploring the effects of a running program on self-efficacy and enjoyment of high school students: a case study},
  author={Shu-Hua Wang},
In Taiwan, the running race has become a prevalent physical activity (PA) over the past decade. A personalized running program, Run-Up, is a middle distance running unit that integrates a series of educational activities into an existing high school physical education (PE) course for enhancing students’ efficacy beliefs and enjoyment of running. Self-efficacy theory (SET) provided a framework to help the researcher understand how and why the Run-Up program activities affect students’ efficacy… Expand


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