The Level of Understanding of Pedagogical Competence of Physical Education, Health and Recreation Students of Sports Science Faculty
The study purpose. This study aims to determine the level of understanding of the pedagogical competence ofPhysical Education, Health and Recreation students of the Faculty of Sports Science, Yogyakarta State University, batch 2016.
Materials and methods. This research method is a survey with a quantitative descriptive approach. The population is 180 physical education students, the sample selection is 52 physical education students using incidental sampling technique. The research instrument is a valid and reliable questionnaire. The data analysis technique is the analysis presented using the percentage.
Results. The results obtained show that the level of understanding of the pedagogic competence of Physical Education, Health and Recreation students of the Faculty of Sports Science, Yogyakarta State University, class 2016 was “very low” 3.85% (2 students), “low” 67.31% (35 students), “medium” 19.23% (10 students), “high” 9.62% (5 students) and “very high” 0% (0 students).
Conclusions. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the level of understanding of the pedagogic competence of Physical Education students is in the low category.
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