The Importance Of Education In Physical Education

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governing bodies and their management must have enough facilities/ equipment and with proper safety and security measures in place. Lack of resources, facilities and skilled teachers could greatly affect the performance of the athletes (Sigh 2013). In physical education, learning will not be effective if students will not experience the skills that are discussed inside the classroom. Actual experience of the students in doing the different exercises and drills in the different sports discipline pave the way for the students to master the skills needed in the different sports discipline that could help enhance performance during sports competitions. Furthermore rated last by the respondents is the guideline on uniforms and availability of skilled…show more content…
Bustos (2009) stated that he found out that students will learn faster observing a demonstration than they would be trying to follow directions or experimenting by trial and error. However, model himself and who can execute and demonstrate the skills properly. This implies that coaches/teacher handling SPS subjects in the basic education should be those who are well trained and knowledgeable with regard to the sports they are handling. It could be noted PE teachers and worse is those who were assigned didn’t have any experience or knowledge about the sports and in schools offering SPS athletes do not perform well in higher meets because many of them are not taught/ trained well, even though they prefer the teaching methodology which is also preferred by other student athletes under SPS. The uniforms with the interview conducted with some of the administrators and students of the SPS they recognized that having a uniform is important but not as indispensable as that of the facilities and equipment and could not really affect the performance of the players. Having a uniform allocates a small budget and could have other sources of funding compared to the equipment that requires a huge amount of money in order to be…show more content…
Further, Article V, section 2 of DECs Order No. 58, efficient and effective instructional purposes. In addition, DECS Order No. 35, s. 1995 mentioned that it shall be the responsibility of the school administrator to secure the equipment necessary or needed in the teaching of Physical Education and Sports. However, such equipment shall be taken from the regular budget and from the extra-budgetary means such as donations from the community. The DECS Order added that, considering the funds from the central government are inadequate, it is recommended that the source out equipment from the local government. As stated in the SPS guideline, to sustain the implementation of the program, SPS administrators at the school level should link with NGO’s, GO’s and other business/ private entities to source out funds to augment the DepEd budget for the program. Further, the sustenance of the implementation of SPS depends on the initiatives of the school administrators. Therefore, if the personnel in charge of this program cannot provide new measures or ways to respond to the problem, then the implementation of this program will not be as efficient as expected. With the interviews conducted by the researcher, it was mentioned by the SPS coordinators that the support of the principal in all SPS activities are
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