The Effectiveness of Teacher Behavior in Managing Academic Learning Time in Secondary Physical Education Classes in The Kingdom of Bahrain
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The purposes of this study were to measure the effectiveness of teacher behavior in managing academic learning time in secondary physical education classes in The Kingdom of Bahrain, and to examine the relationships between teacher behavior and student (ALT-PE). Twelve physical education teachers were observed four times. Data were collected using two instrument (ALT-PE) & (ASUOI)). The study indicated the following findings: Students in secondary physical education classes spent 28% of the lesson time in (ALT). The highest percentage of teaches behavior was in the category of management accounting for 29.89% of all intervals. Significant relationships were found between teacher behavior and student (ALT). In the light of the results, it were concluded that teachers should decrease management behaviors and increased student AL T in physical education classes. Future studies should be completed examining the relationships between teacher and student behaviors.
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