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The Contribution of the Objectivity of Grades in Physical Education in Class Teaching

Nenad Rogulj ; Fakultet prirodoslovno-maematičkih znanosti i kineziologije, Split, Hrvatska
Kristina Ujević ; Filozofski fakultet, Split, Hrvatska
Gordana Rogulj ; OŠ Ante Starčevića, Dicmo, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 196 Kb

str. 154-160

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On the sample of 67 teachers in six elementary schools in Split-Dalmatia County,
and through a survey questionnaire, we determined the teachers’ attitudes towards the
understanding and the importance of every component when forming a grade in Physical
Education on a five-grade Lykert’s scale. The teachers evaluated understanding and clarity of
certain components with a relatively low grade (2.7), which points to their insufficient
kinesiological education. Based on the research results, we calculated the standardised
importance coefficient of every component as an objectivity parameter and we suggested a
simple mathematical calculation to improve objectivity of final grades in Physical Education.
According to the suggested model, education features accounts for the greatest part of the
final grade – 30%, followed by motor knowledge – 25% and motor achievements – 24%,while anthropological features account for the smallest part – 21%. We have also calculated
shares of every component of the most important education features, among which, in
teachers’ opinion, behaviour has the greatest significance – 16%, and theoretical knowledge
and the level of health and hygienic habits have the least significance - 12%. The
implementation of the research results in practice would contribute to a more objective and
more just evaluation in Physical Education.

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objectivity, grade, Physical Education

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