WORKING CONDITIONS AND SELF-PERCEPTION OF COMPETENCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS. A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION.

Claudia Maulini, Enrico Miatto, Miloš Tul, Marjeta Kovač, Mascia Migliorati

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The paper reports the results of a qualitative research that investigated the outcomes of a quantitative study (Tul, Leskošek, Kovač, Tafuri & Maulini, 2022) regarding EF teachers' self-perception of competence with respect to the structural conditions and equipment of school gyms. These findings revealed that equipment seems to have a greater influence on self-perception of competence than the structural condition of the gymnasium. These findings were explored through the semi-structured interview technique involving 10 EF teachers. The analysis of the contents of the interviews generally confirms the results of the quantitative research (Ibidem), however, it emerges that both the equipment and the structural conditions of the spaces, influence in equal measure the self-perception of competence of the EF teachers.

The survey shows, among other things, that equipment in school gyms is lacking and, in some cases, completely absent. With regard to this, the respondents believe that the expression of their competence also depends on their ability to adapt to the situation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i1.532

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