싱가포르 체육 예비교사들의 생애 첫 스키 수업 참가에 대한 체험
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- Physical education pre-service teachers First-ever skiing lesson Lived experiences Singapore
- The purpose of this study is to provide detailed accounts of the lived experiences of Singapore physical education (PE) pre-service teachers who participated in their first-ever skiing lesson drawing on a phenomenological approach. Phenomenological interviews were conducted with six PE pre-service teachers for data collection. All interviews were transcribed verbatim. From six transcripts, significant statements were extracted and grouped into 114 codes in order to structure formulated meanings. These 114 codes were clustered into 25 categories and then into 11 themes. PE pre-service teachers obtained rich and descriptive accounts of the lived experiences prior to the skiing lesson: 1) excitement, 2) apprehension, during the skiing lesson: 3) Uncertainty about successful skiing lesson completion, 4) Recovery of self-esteem, 5) Increased positive emotions, 6) flow, and post the skiing lesson: 8) Bittersweet feeling, 9) Skiing as the most favourite sport, 10) personal growth, 11) Appreciation towards the professor and support group.
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