IMPACT OF BEHAVIOR OF HEADS OF INSTITUTIONS UPON PERFORMANCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AT SCHOOLLEVEL IN DISTRICT MULTAN

Authors

  • Sajjad Hussain
  • Dr. Mohibullah Khan Marwat
  • Dr. Yasmeen Iqbal
  • Humaira Farah
  • Dr. Rahila Nizami
  • Mufscella Sharif
  • Kashif Mehmood

Abstract

Background: Physical education (PE) is an important component in child development. Physical activity (PA) directly affects the cognitive processes and increases the child's self-esteem and affect his mental activity at school.

 

Objective: This study was conducted with the objective to identify the impact of the behavior of the heads of schools on the performance of PE teachers

 

 

 

 

 

Methodology

 

The present study employed the cross-sectional research design, in which 120 male PE teachers of primary and high schools participated. Data was collected from 12 different Government and Private Schools of Multan, Pakistan where PE classes were taking place. A 7 point Likert scale was used to collect data. The tool had 10 statements to obtain teachers’ view about the behavior of the head of each school. The main objective of the study was to identify the impact of the behavior of the heads of schools on the performance of PE teachers. Initially, descriptive analysis was done to identify challenges being experienced by PE teachers of different schools followed by ANOVA to examine the “impact of the behavior of the heads of schools on the performance of PE teachers”. 

 

Results

 

There were 120 teachers from 12 different schools with a mean age of Government School Teachers 40.01 (SD=4.74) and Private School Teachers 33.43 (SD=5.53) with average work experience in years of Government School Teachers 11.70 (SD=1.42) and Private School Teachers 10.93 (SD=1.10). Time given to PE classes in a week was 1-2 hours 73 (60.8%), 2-3 hours 39 (32.5%) and 3-4 hours 8 (5.9%) as reported by the school teachers. Mean score of the heads’ behavior of the Government Schools was 35.58 (SD=2.65) and the heads’ of Private School was 35.11 (SD=2.37). Mean score of teachers’ performance of the Government Schools was 36.05 (SD=4.15) and Private Schools was 35.21 (SD=4.36). Independent Samples T-Test indicated no significate differences between the behavior of the heads of the Government and Private schools. The findings of ANOVA revealed significant impact of the Heads’ behavior of Teachers’ Performance. 

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Published

2022-07-03

How to Cite

Sajjad Hussain, Dr. Mohibullah Khan Marwat, Dr. Yasmeen Iqbal, Humaira Farah, Dr. Rahila Nizami, Mufscella Sharif, & Kashif Mehmood. (2022). IMPACT OF BEHAVIOR OF HEADS OF INSTITUTIONS UPON PERFORMANCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AT SCHOOLLEVEL IN DISTRICT MULTAN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(3), 247-256. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/11196