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Student Participation and Behavior on the Performance of Physical Education of the College Students in Cavite State University

Volume: 104  ,  Issue: 1 , July    Published Date: 13 July 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 62  ,  Download: 29 , Pages: 1023 - 1054    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001041720223592


# Author Name
1 Kristine Denise M. Reyes


This study was conducted to determine the students’ participation and behavior on the performance of physical education among college students in Cavite State University-Cavite City Campus. Specifically, the study aimed to determine the profile of the college students in terms of age, sex, gender, course, student participation in terms of recitation and practical performance, determine the level of behavior in terms of optimism in terms of physical health, mental health, social health, emotional health, motivation in terms of intrinsic, extrinsic, demotivation, and self-confidence in terms of individual, academic, family. Results in age group by student that ranges from 21-25 years old obtained a 15.68%, 1 student range from the age group of 26-30 years old obtained 0.42% of the total sample population. For sex results show that male students obtain a frequency of 40.25% and 58.90% are female, 2 students preferred not to say obtain a 0.85% of the sample population. Gender results determine the following: 131 students or 55.51% are feminine, while 37.71% out 89 students rea masculine, while 16 students preferred not to say obtain a 6.78% frequency of the sample population. Course results come from two courses: Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with a 75.42% and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a 24.58% sample population. It is concluded that no recitation has been conducted during this study. For practical performance results, students conducted and recorded 3 practical performances. The level of student’s behavior in optimism in terms of physical health yields- 4.02 mental health – 3.92, social health – 4.13, emotional health – 3.88. Motivation gets an overall mean score results for intrinsic – 4.00, extrinsic – 3.88, and demotivation – 3.40. Self –confidence obtains an overall mean result as follows: for individual – 3.42, academic – 3.88, family – 3.52. These results determine the reliability of this study and make it more productive for some related research.