Persepsi Literasi Fizikal dalam Kalangan Guru Pendidikan Jasmani di Sekolah Rendah

  • Ahla-Wardah Mohd Amin
  • Denise Koh Choon Lian

Abstract

Literasi fizikal merujuk kepada tahap motivasi, keyakinan diri, kemahiran motor dan pengetahuan tentang pentingnya mengamalkan gaya hidup yang aktif. Guru Pendidikan Jasmani (PJ) sekolah rendah memainkan peranan penting dalam menyokong perkembangan motor murid. Guru PJ yang mempunyai tahap literasi fizikal yang tinggi boleh menyampaikan pengajaran yang lebih berkesan. Maka, kajian ini bertujuan mengenalpasti persepsi literasi fizikal guru PJ sekolah rendah. Borang soal selidik diberikan secara atas talian kepada guru besar melalui aplikasi Telegram. Seramai 279 orang guru PJ (126 orang lelaki dan 153 orang perempuan) sekolah rendah di Kuala Lumpur telah melengkapkan soal selidik atas talian dalam tempoh pengumpulan data. Hasil dapatan kajian mendapati tahap persepsi literasi fizikal dalam kalangan guru PJ adalah tinggi (min = 4.24, sp = 0.518). Kajian turut meninjau perbezaan persepsi literasi fizikal guru berdasarkan beberapa faktor demografi. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan bahawa guru lelaki (min = 4.34, sp = 0.450), guru yang lebih muda (umur <25 tahun) (r = -0.130, p=0.030), guru yang mempunyai pengalaman mengajar PJ lebih lama (>11 tahun) (min = 4.41, sp = 0.504) dan guru opsyen PJ mempunyai persepsi literasi fizikal yang lebih tinggi (min = 4.44, sp = 0.422). Dapatan turut menunjukkan guru berbangsa Melayu (min = 4.36, sp = 0.464) mempunyai persepsi literasi fizikal lebih tinggi berbanding guru lain. Secara keseluruhan, kajian menunjukkan bahawa adalah penting untuk menghantar guru terlatih dalam PJ untuk mengajar mata pelajaran PJ kerana mereka bukan sahaja boleh menjadi contoh kepada murid, malah mereka mungkin lebih efektif sebagai guru PJ yang boleh menyokong perkembangan literasi fizikal murid.

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Published
2022-03-01
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MOHD AMIN, Ahla-Wardah; CHOON LIAN, Denise Koh. Persepsi Literasi Fizikal dalam Kalangan Guru Pendidikan Jasmani di Sekolah Rendah. Jurnal Dunia Pendidikan, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 1, p. 145-159, mar. 2022. ISSN 2682-826X. Available at: <https://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/jdpd/article/view/17464>. Date accessed: 13 aug. 2022.
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