Japanese and English school students' views of physical education: a comparative study.

@inproceedings{Dismore2006JapaneseAE,
  title={Japanese and English school students' views of physical education: a comparative study.},
  author={Harriet Dismore and Richard Bailey and Tokie Izaki},
  year={2006}
}
This study examines the views of students (7-18 years) related to Physical Education (PE), based on a sample of 2,300 students in Japan (N=1266) and England (N=1034). The study gathered data related to feelings towards PE, self-perception of ability, views of its importance relative to other subjects, and understanding of the outcomes of participation. Reflecting earlier work, this study found most students enjoy and value PE; younger students of both countries are most likely to be positive… CONTINUE READING

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