Describing the Competence Perception Levels of Physical Education and Sports Teachers in Integrative Practices: Kirşehir Province Example

  •  Turan Başkonuş    
  •  Vahit Çiriş    


The objective of this research study is to describe the competence perception levels of physical education and sports teachers in integrative practices. The participants of the study were the physical education and sports teachers actively working in Kırşehir province who participated on a voluntary basis. In this research, the survey model was used. In the data collection process of the study, “Personal Information Form” and “Teacher Adequacy Scale in Inclusive Practices” were used. For testing the research data, the significance level was accepted as 0.05. In the analysis of the data, the items of the sub-problem were grouped, and independent samples t-test and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), were used in the scale together with descriptive statistics such as frequency (f), percentage (%), weighted average (X) and standard deviation (SD), and Mann Whitney U and Kruskall Wallis techniques were used for the sub-dimensions. The results of the research demonstrated that physical education and sports teachers have a high level of competence perception in inclusive practices. It was also determined that there was statistically no significant difference among the competence perception levels of teachers in inclusive practices concerning gender, professional experience, working location, and educational status.

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