Quality assessment of physical education program of state universities in the Philippines

  • Teejay Dela Cueva Panganiban Polytechnic University of The Philippines

Abstract


This descriptive-evaluative research was undertaken to assess the physical education program of five state universities in Region IV–A by 28 administrative staff, 69 faculty members, and 390 students. The study used the whole population of administrative staff and faculty members while Slovin’s formula was used to determine the sample size for students. Using self-made questionnaire and appropriate statistical measures, the results revealed a high level of awareness on physical literacy as an essential foundation of physical education among faculty members. The assessments of the faculty and student-respondents on Physical Education along with teacher education, supply and development was excellent and revealed a non-significant difference among the assessment made by administrative staff, faculty members and students. Moreover, the assessment on teacher education, supply and development, facilities and resources, and curriculum flexibility were found to be predictors of Physical Education program with curriculum flexibility as the best predictor. This study calls for enrichment of Physical Education Program to achieve quality delivery of the program.
Keywords
Physical education program, quality assurance, physical education, higher education, state universities

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Author Biography

Teejay Dela Cueva Panganiban, Polytechnic University of The Philippines
Mr. Panganiban is a Doctor in Educational Management degree holder from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines where he also earned his Master’s degree in Physical Education and Sports. He also obtained his Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health, a Bachelor of Industrial Technology major in Computer Engineering Technology Technical Course at Batangas State University  JPLPC-Malvar. Currently, he is the Head of Culture and Arts and the Coordinator of Multi-Faith Services. Also, he has been handling professional education courses for elementary and secondary pre-service teachers and specialization courses for Bachelor in Secondary Education major in MAPEH. He is a research-based faculty member who is trained in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methodologies of research in the same university. He has published research articles on Physical Education and Sports pedagogy and educational management in CHED accredited journal and international peer-reviewed journal with sterling reputation. Despite his busy schedule of attending to his administrative functions and teaching loads, he managed to serve as adviser of student researchers pursuing BSED major in MAPEH and a coach for the Sepaktakraw team of his institution.

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Published
2019-06-29
How to Cite
PANGANIBAN, Teejay Dela Cueva. Quality assessment of physical education program of state universities in the Philippines. Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 2, p. 167-175, june 2019. ISSN 2477-3379. Available at: <http://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/pjk/article/view/12983>. Date accessed: 23 july 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v5i2.12983.