Title

Perceptions of parents and coaches on the positive effects of sports on the self esteem of children ages 6-8 years old

Added Title

Positive effects of sports on the self esteem of children ages 6-8 years old

Date of Publication

2009

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

College

Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education

Department/Unit

Educational Leadership and Management

Thesis Adviser

Ramos, Anne Marie

Defense Panel Chair

Ferrer, Ma. Fe A., examiner

Defense Panel Member

Tandoc, Katherine Claudette A., examiner

Abstract/Summary

This descriptive/perspective study sought to determine the positive effects of sports to the self esteem of children ages 6-8 years old specifically in the area of sense of belongingness, sense of worthiness, sense of dignity, and sense of control.

Data were gathered through the use of research made questionnaire for parents and the interview for parents and coaches. The perspective of the parents and coaches were significanlty gathered and analyzed to support the data needed.

Basically, the study determined: (a) the perception of parents on the positive effects of the child's involvement in sports to his/her self esteem specifically in the area of sense of belongingness, sense of worthiness, sense of dignity, and sense of control (b) the perception of coaches on the positive effects of the child's involvement in sports to his/her self esteem specifically in the area of sense of belonginess, sense of worthiness, sense of dignity, and sense of control. (d) the other of factors of these positive effects on the self esteem of children.

The result of the study showed that parents and coaches perceived that there are significant positive changes or effects on the child's self esteem during and or after he/she engaged in sports. In addition, the study showed that among the areas of sense of belongingness, sense of worthiness, sense of dignity, and sense of control it was in the cornerstone of sense of belonginess that the sports has a greater or influence the sports have as perceived by the parents.

Abstract Format

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Format

Print

Accession Number

TU17216

Shelf Location

Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Physical Description

vii, 82 leaves ; 30 cm.

Keywords

Sports for children; Self-esteem in children

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