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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 47, No. 4, pp. 81-90
Abbreviation: KSLRP
ISSN: 1598-0413 (Print)
Print publication date 31 Dec 2023
Received 11 Nov 2023 Revised 15 Dec 2023 Accepted 27 Dec 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26446/kjlrp.2023.12.47.4.81

고등학생 0교시 체육 수업 참여자의 놀이성이 신체적 자기효능감과 학교행복감에 미치는 영향
이세호1
1강남대학교 교수

The Effects of high school “0th period physical education class” Participants of playfulness, physical self-efficacy and school happiness
Lee, Se-Ho1
1Kangnam University
Correspondence to : Lee, Se-Ho E-mail: shlee@kangnam.ac.kr

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of playfulness in the "0-period physical education class" on high school students' physical self-efficacy and school happiness. A survey was conducted on students from nine high schools in Seoul and Gyeonggi Province that offer the "0-period physical education class," and a total of 231 surveys were used for the final analysis. Using IBM SPSS (Win. Ver. 21), frequency analysis of the study participants was conducted. Exploratory factor analysis and reliability analysis were employed to validate the validity and reliability of the survey tool. Correlation analysis was performed to understand the degree of correlation between factors, and multiple regression analysis was conducted to identify the relationship between the variables.

Firstly, it was confirmed that high school students' experience in the "0-period physical education class" had a significant positive impact on physical self-efficacy. Positive emotions embedded in playfulness, such as physical and cognitive initiative, sociability, and joy, can enhance physical self-efficacy, improving the quality of adolescents' lives. Secondly, playfulness was found to have a significant positive impact on school happiness. Positive emotions toward school through playfulness can reduce stress and anxiety in daily life, leading to a happier school experience. Thirdly, physical self-efficacy was confirmed to have a significant positive impact on school happiness. Physical self-efficacy stimulates achievement motivation and reduces negative emotions, fostering a positive perception of school life.


Keywords: 0th period physical education class, Playfulness, Physical Self-efficacy, School Happiness
키워드: 0교시 체육 수업, 놀이성, 신체적 자기효능감, 학교행복감

Acknowledgments

본 연구는(2022학년도) 강남대학교 교내연구비 지원에 의해 수행되었음


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