Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/23625
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Chian, Zason Lit Khoon
Keywords: 
Autonomous motivation
Singapore
PE teaches
Autonomy-supportive behaviour
Autonomy-supportive teaching style
Issue Date: 
2021
Abstract: 
The rising number of sporting inactivity in Singapore highlights the need to look more closely into measures to encourage continued sports participation. Studies have shown that positive relationship between sporting experiences as a child and adult exercise behaviour. Therefore, PE teachers play a crucial role in creating an environment that builds students’ autonomous motivation; an essential component for continued participation in sports and physical activity. This study was designed to systematically review literatures related to autonomy-supportive intervention programme (ASIP) with PE teachers. After conducting an intensive search on various databases and removing duplicates, 10 studies were identified and included for further analysis. Overall, the ASIP was effective in increasing teachers’ autonomy-supportive behaviour thereby fostering more self-determined forms of motivation towards sports and physical activity amongst children and adolescent. Hence, it is recommended for Singapore PE teachers to participate in ASIP to develop a more autonomy-supportive teaching style.
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2021
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