Efecto de un programa interactivo durante los descansos escolares en las actitudes hacia la actividad física de escolares de primaria

Autores/as

  • Arunas Emeljanovas Lithuanian Sports University, Kaunas
  • Brigita Mieziene Lithuanian Sports University, Kaunas
  • Magdalena MoChingMok The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Tai Pol
  • Ming-kai Chin HOPSports, Inc., Las Vegas
  • Vida Janina Cesnaitiene Lithuanian Sports University, Kaunas
  • Natalja Fatkulina Vilnius University, Vilnius
  • Laima Trinkuniene Lithuanian Sports University, Kaunas
  • Guillermo Felipe López Sánchez University of Murcia
  • Arturo Díaz Suárez University of Murcia
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.34.3.326801
Palabras clave: actividad física, motivación, conocimiento académico

Resumen

El objetivo del estudio fue explorar los efectos de sesiones de ejercicio en video sobre los cambios en las percepciones y actitudes de los estudiantes de educación primaria hacia la actividad física, la autoeficacia física y el conocimiento académico adquirido relacionado con la salud. El estudio incluyó a 181 estudiantes de educación primaria, de primer a cuarto curso, de los cuales 93 (51.4%) constituyeron el grupo experimental y 88 (48.6%) el grupo control (Medad = 8.24; DT = 1.10 años). Los efectos de la intervención mediante sesiones de ejercicio en video fueron medidos mediante la Escala de Actitudes Hacia la Actividad Física, que se administró en el pretest y el postest. El grupo experimental llevó a cabo la intervención mediante las sesiones de ejercicio en vídeo todos los días escolares durante tres meses. Tras la intervención, se encontraron mejoras significativas en el grupo experimental en las percepciones y actitudes de los estudiantes hacia la actividad física, en su autoeficacia física y en el conocimiento académico adquirido relacionado con la salud. En el grupo control no se produjeron mejoras tras el periodo de intervención. El estudio apoya firmemente la efectividad del programa de ejercicios en video.

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Publicado
01-08-2018
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Emeljanovas, A., Mieziene, B., MoChingMok, M., Chin, M.- kai, Cesnaitiene, V. J., Fatkulina, N., Trinkuniene, L., López Sánchez, G. F., & Díaz Suárez, A. (2018). Efecto de un programa interactivo durante los descansos escolares en las actitudes hacia la actividad física de escolares de primaria. Anales de Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 34(3), 580-586. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.34.3.326801
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Psicología del deporte