International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part I
Relationship of self-regulation with academic achievement in physical education of government rural senior secondary school students
AUTHOR(S): Sukhchain Singh and Dr. Nishan Singh Deol
Psychological aspects such as perceived stress, life satisfaction, self-efficacy and much more that are effects on an individual’s life and educational curriculum. This study concerns with the relation of self-regulation with academic achievement in physical education. The purpose of the study is that to find how much self-regulation is relate to increase academic achievement in physical education. The examination led through descriptive method for research. This technique has without a doubt been the most famous and most generally utilized research strategy in education. Self-Regulation questionnaire created by Ryan and Connell (1998) was utilized to gauge self-regulation of senior secondary school understudies. There are four segments canvassed in the test that is: Academic self-regulation, religious self-regulation, pro-social self-regulation and friendship self-regulation. The results have been shown that there is positive correlation between self-regulation and its all four dimensions and academic achievement in physical education. There is significance difference found in high and low group of students at 0.01 significant level. In this study, high group students have significantly better self-regulation instead of low achiever understudies so there is a need to develop or improve self-regulation among low group students. To develop and promote self-regulation among low group arrange the suitable environment, create strategies for self-awareness, promote self-regulation through goal setting and extra co-curricular activities. Even education is likewise during the time spent alteration wherein 'learning by doing' is underlined by educationists, then again, the points and targets of physical education have additionally been define to accomplish the objective of education through the exercises which add to the aggregate advancement of the a person.
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Sukhchain Singh and Dr. Nishan Singh Deol. Relationship of self-regulation with academic achievement in physical education of government rural senior secondary school students. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2019; 4(1): 440-442.