HomeARETEvol. 4 no. 1 (2016)

Perceived Physical Competence and the K to 12 Learning Competencies

Virgion H. Mamonong | Charisa Jane M Lancian, | Jan Jacob S Ulanday | Charles L Zamora

Discipline: Education

 

Abstract:

The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between the students’ perceived physical competence and the K to 12 learning competencies of junior high school students. It employed the descriptive correlation design. Researcher-made questionnaires were used in the data gathering. These questionnaires were administered to 100 grade 10 students of the University of the Immaculate Conception. In the analysis of the data, the following statistical tools were used: mean, Pearson-r correlation. The study yielded the following results: the level of perceived physical competence of junior high school students in University of Immaculate Conception in terms of physical competence is high; the level of K to 12 learning competencies of junior high school students in University of Immaculate Conception in terms of lifestyle and weight management and active recreation is high; there is no significant difference between the level of students’ perceived physical competencies in physical education according to sex; there is no significant difference between the students’ level of K to 12 learning competencies in physical education according to sex; and there is a significant relationship between the level of perceived physical competence and K to 12 learning competencies in which the perceived physical competence and K-12 learning competencies has a strong positive correlation.