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Oktadinata A, Subarjah H, Komarudin, Hidayat Y. Young Women's Motor Competence and Sport Satisfaction: The Role of Self-Efficacy in Physical Education. Ann Appl Sport Sci 2024; 12
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1- Department of Sport Coaching Education, Universitas Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia. , alek_oktadinata@unja.ac.id
2- Department of Sport Science, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia.
3- Department of Sport Coaching Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia.
4- Department of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia.
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Background. Low basic movement skills Based on the results of the Indonesian Sports Development Index, one of the causes of the decline in basic movement skills is the low quality of physical education learning.
Objectives. The purpose of this study was to test the integration of Self-efficacy (SE) in Physical Education (PE) towards increasing the mastery of motor skills and the level of student satisfaction.
Methods. This research uses an experimental method with a two-group pretest-posttest design approach. The population in this study was female students of SMA Negeri 5 Jambi City. The sample determination in this study used two types, namely cluster random sampling and random assignment. Using cluster random sampling, second-level students were obtained from three levels and the random assignment was obtained from four classes (two classes for treatment and two classes for control) and obtained N treatment=49 and N control=50. The instruments used were Get Skilled Get Active to assess movement skills and the Basic Needs Satisfaction in Sport Scale (BNSSS) to measure satisfaction.
Results. The results of this study are that there is a significant effect There is a significant difference in the effect of non-integrated and integrated group SE on PE learning of basic movement
skills (x=80.78 (3.97)> x=76.54 (4.39), value of Sig. (2-tailed)<0.005) and sports satisfaction of female students (x=108.22 (11.85)> x=102.38 (16.30), value of Sig. (2-tailed)<0.005).
Conclusion. The SE integration of the PE group was better than the non-integrated group in learning in increasing the mastery of movement skills and the level of student sports satisfaction. In integrating self-efficacy in physical education learning, cognitive, motivational, affective, and selection processes occur which can influence human function and are carried out to realize goals that are considered valuable, in this case, basic movement skills.
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APPLICABLE REMARKS
  • This program should be developed to increase the motor skill level and satisfaction of secondary school students.
  • This research confirms that a well-designed SE integration program in PE learning improves the movement skills and satisfaction of high school students.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Motor Control and its Related Branches
Received: 2023/09/1 | Accepted: 2023/10/21

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