Project PE-PAYS: Physically Educated & Physically Active Youth 1) Physical Education Predisposition Scale (PEPS) 2) The Physical Education and School Sport Environment Inventory (PESSEI). Toni Hilland [email protected] 0151 2315493. Project PE-PAYS.
Aspects of secondary school physical education and school sport (PESS) that have the strongest influence on developing physically educated and physically active young people
Multi-method approach involving PE teachers and pupils
Identification of factors that positively influence the development of the ‘PE product’
Development of a practise model, that may inform future pedagogical interventions and continued professional development.
Preliminary Development & Application.
Am I Able? (perceived competence & self-efficacy)
Is it Worth it? (enjoyment & attitudes)
1) Develop and psychometrically test PEPS
2) Explore age and gender differences in PE Worth and Ability.
PARTICIPANTS & SETTINGS
The things I learn in PE are useful to me
I think I am pretty good at PE.
STUDY AIM 1
Factor 1 – PERCEIVED PE WORTH
Factor 2 – PERCEIVED PE ABILITY
STUDY AIM 2 (YPAPM)
INSTRUMENT - PESSEI
1) Demographic and context-specific data
2) Indoor, outdoor and off-site spaces
3) Permanent physical resources and PE budget
4) PE and School Sport time
PROCEDURES (CONT.) Inventory:
r = .80 through .97 indicating strong agreement.
Table 4 Inventory:
Test-retest Differences and Correlations between Teacher Responses
PESSEI RELIABILITY (cont.) Inventory: