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Friluftsliv i skolan?: en kvantitativ studie om idrottslärarstudenters attityder till friluftsliv i skolan
Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Department of Sport and Health Sciences.
Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Department of Sport and Health Sciences.
2014 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Outdoor-activities in school? : A quantitative study of PE-teacher studentsattitudes towards outdoor activities in school (English)
Abstract [sv]

Syfte och frågeställningar

 Syftet med studien är att undersöka hur idrottslärarstudenter på Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan upplever momentet friluftsliv samt att finna de inre faktorer som kan spela in på lärarens beslut om att undervisa i friluftsliv.

  1. Hur ser idrottslärarstudenter på de olika momenten i friluftsliv?
  2. Hur ser idrottslärarstudenter på att undervisa i de tre olika friluftslivsmomenten?
  3. Hur påverkar idrottslärarstudenternas kunskaper i och erfarenheter av friluftsliv deras inställning till att undervisa i momentet?

 Metod

 Denna studie är en kvantitativ undersökning där insamling av data har skett genom en enkätundersökning bestående av 24 frågor. Enkäten besvarades av idrottslärarstudenter i årskurs 2 till 5 på Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan i Stockholm. Det totala bortfallet i studien var 15 %.  Totalt deltog 148 idrottslärarstudenter. Insamlad data har analyserats med hjälp av statistikprogrammet Statistica 64 version 11. All insamlad data har behandlats i statistikprogrammet Statistica 64 version 11 med hjälp av frekvensanalyser och Pearsons & M-L Chi2 – test.

 Resultat

 Av de 148 studenterna känner sig 22% osäkra på att undervisa i grönt friluftsliv, 51 % av respondenterna känner sig osäkra på att undervisa i blått friluftsliv och 58% av respondenterna känner sig osäkra på att undervisa i vitt friluftsliv. Största delen av dessa respondenter anger kunskapsbrist som främsta anledning till osäkerheten vilket även sambanden mellan studenternas egen skattning av sina kunskaper och deras känsla inför momentet och att undervisa i momentet visar.

 Slutsats

Majoriteten av studenterna har liten erfarenhet av friluftsliv från sin egen skolgång. Grönt friluftsliv är det friluftslivsmoment som störst andel respondenter anger att de har erfarenhet av ifrån sin egen skolgång. Det är även det friluftslivsmoment som störst andel respondenter har en positiv upplevelse av samt det som störst andel respondenter känner sig säkra på att undervisa i. Majoriteten av respondenterna anser sig ha endast grundläggande kunskaper i samtliga tre friluftslivsmoment. Kunskapsbrist är den överlägset främsta anledningen till känsla av osäkerhet i att undervisa i friluftsliv. De studenter som har genomfört utbildningarna i de olika momenten av friluftsliv anger i mindre grad att de är osäkra. 

Abstract [en]

Aim

The purpose of this study is to investigate how PE teacher-students at The Swedish School of Sports and Health sciences experience the school segment Outdoor teaching, and to find what internal factors that may influence the teacher's decision to teach it.

  1. What are the PE-teacher student’s views on the different areas of the subject outdoors?
  2. What are the PE-teacher student’s views on teaching the subject outdoors?
  3. How do the PE-teacher student’s knowledge in and experience of outdoor education affect on their attitude towards teaching the subject?

 Method

This study is a quantitative survey where the data collection has been done through a questionnaire survey consisting of 24 questions. The questionnaire was answered by PE-teacher students in grade 2-5 at the Swedish school of sports and health sciences In Stockholm. The total loss of responses in the study on the entire population is 15%. Collected data were analyzed using the statistical program Statistica 64 version 11 using frequency analysis and Pearsons and M-L Chi Square – test.

 Results

Of the total of 148 participant student 22 % feel insecure about teaching the green outdoor education, 51 % of the respondents feel insecure about teaching the blue outdoor education and 58 % of the respondents feel insecure about teaching the white outdoor education.  The majority of these respondents indicate a lack of knowledge as the main reason for the uncertainty. Which is also shown in compared results between students' own estimates of their knowledge and their attitude towards the subject and towards teaching it.

 Conclusions

The majority of the students have little experience with outdoor activities from their own schooling. Green outdoors is the type of outdoors most of the students have experience of from their own schooling. Green outdoors is also the type of outdoors that most of the students have a positive experience of and feel secure teaching in school. The majority of the respondents consider themselves to have basic knowledge of the three different types of outdoors. Lack of knowledge is the superior reason for the feeling of insecurity towards teaching the subject. The students who have completed courses in the various types of outdoors indicates less insecurity towards teaching the different types of outdoors.

 

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2014. , 46 p.
Series
Examensarbete, 2013:85
Keyword [sv]
Friluftsliv
National Category
Pedagogy
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:gih:diva-3246OAI: oai:DiVA.org:gih-3246DiVA: diva2:698572
Subject / course
Lärare
Educational program
Physical Education Teaching
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Examiners
Available from: 2014-02-25 Created: 2014-02-24 Last updated: 2014-04-01Bibliographically approved

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