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The Relationship between Learning Achievement Self-Efficacy and Sport Involvement in High School Players of Athletic Classes and General Classes in New Taipei City.
Athletic class of senior high school
learning achievement self-efficacy
This research aims at investigating the status quo and differences between the players from athletic classes and general classes of senior high schools of New Taipei City in terms of learning achievement self-efficacy and sports involvement. This study has taken 19 general and vocational high schools with athletic classes in 2016 and 17 general and vocational high schools without athletic classes but with sports teams, aggregate 1,750 players as participants. The study is then conducted by applying self-efficacy Scale for Senior High School Students and Sport Involvement Scale. The data collected later go through statistical analysis, more specifically, descriptive statistics, independent sample t test, one-way ANOVA, two-way ANOVA as well as Pearson product-moment correlation analysis. The research results show than: 1. The overall learning achievement self-efficacy of players from athletic classes and general classes of senior high schools falls to Moderately Agree and gender differences varies from athletic classes to general classes and the differences are also found in overall grade. 2. The sports involvement ranges from Fairly Agree to Strongly Agree and there is no gender difference between athletic classes and general classes. 3. The learning achievement self-efficacy and sports involvement between players from athletic classes and general classes of senior high schools are rarely correlated. 4. The learning achievement self-efficacy of four groups of players perform Moderately Agree in no matter whether they have attended athletic classes in their middle and senior high school times; while the sports involvement ranges from Fairly Agree to Strongly Agree. In conclusion, the gender plays a part in the learning achievement self-efficacy of players from athletic classes and general classes; moreover, the higher the grade is, the poorer learning achievement self-efficacy and sport involvement will be; the player from general class perform better in regard to learning achievement self-efficacy and sports involvement; the players studying in athletic class during middle and senior high school perform better with regard to overall self-efficacy, the players studying in general class during middle and senior high school perform better in terms of overall sports involvement though. Key words: Athletic class of senior high school, learning achievement self-efficacy, sports involvement
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