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2016 | 5 | 7 | 19-25
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HIERARCHY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION GOALS AS AN EXPRESSION OF EDUCATIONAL PRIORITIES AMONG POLISH TEACHERS

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The work of teachers has to be purposeful and well thought-out in order to achieve desired results. Both theory and practice show that achieving success must be combined with the adequate setting of educational goals and their organization within a specific hierarchy. The crucial research issue here consists of diagnosis of preferences concerning the hierarchy of physical education goals. A questionnaire developed by the European Physical Education Association has been used as the research tool. Teachers perceived the goal of "encouraging students to lead an active, healthy lifestyle" as the most important consideration. The lowest rank was applied to goals connected with shaping the social competences of pupils.
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5
Issue
7
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19-25
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2016
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  • Opole University of Technology, Opole, Poland
  • Academy of Physical Education, Katowice, Poland
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