PHYSICAL TRAINING TEACHER EDUCATION: ENHANCING PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SELF-PERCEPTION IN ADOLESCENTS IN INDIA: CASE STUDY OF 5 SCHOOLS OF DELHI
AbstractThis paper examines strategies to improve physical training for teachers to enhance fitness and self-perception among adolescents in India. A mixed methods study was conducted including surveys of 500 students and 100 teachers across 5 schools in Delhi to analyze the current status of physical education. Semi-structured interviews were done with 10 experts to identify challenges and solutions. Correlation and regression analysis found significant positive relationships between physical activity levels, fitness, academic performance and self-perception. Thematic analysis of interviews highlighted infrastructural deficiencies, lack of trained instructors, low priority for sports and outdated teaching methods as key barriers. Recommendations include curriculum standardization, specialized teacher training, use of technology and community partnerships. tables, graphs. Keywords: Physical education and training, Policy reforms, self-perception of adolescents, community involvement.
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Mr. Pankaj Kumar Jain. (1). PHYSICAL TRAINING TEACHER EDUCATION: ENHANCING PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SELF-PERCEPTION IN ADOLESCENTS IN INDIA: CASE STUDY OF 5 SCHOOLS OF DELHI. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 10(5), 08-11. Retrieved from http://journal.ijierm.co.in/index.php/ijierm/article/view/1759