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Diseño y validación de un instrumento para evaluar la ejecución del pase de dedos en la iniciación al voleibol [Design and validation of a instrument to evaluate the overhand pass in the initiation to volleyball]

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The purpose of this study was to determine the critical exercise science competencies and associated instructional methods recommended for inclusion in the physical education teacher education curriculum. The two-round modified Delphi procedure involved the repeated circulation of a questionnaire to a small panel of content experts. The Delphi panel members were asked to rate each questionnaire item in terms of theoretical importance and pedagogical relevance. The data collected during the second round of questioning were employed to provide a final measure of consensus regarding the critical strength of each exercise science competency. The Delphi panel members were also asked to complete an addendum survey concerning their recommendations regarding the most effective instructional methods for the delivery of exercise science content. The results of this process provide a conceptual framework upon which physical education teacher educators can make future curricular decisions in the area of exercise science. (Contains 2 figures.)
This study was designed to test the sources of enjoyment in youth sport model proposed by Scanlan and Lewthwaite (1986) through the development of a quantitative measuring instrument using content and construct validation methods. In the 1st stage, items were developed through a review of the literature in youth sport, and item-content relevance was established through an expert panel. The Sources of Enjoyment in Youth Sport Questionnaire (SEYSQ) was tested using an exploratory factor analysis of 286 athletes aged 12 to 18, from which 6 interpretable factors emerged. Confirmatory factor analyses were conducted on the 28-item questionnaire with 896 athletes of the same ages on a 6-factor model of interest, which was tested against a single-factor and 4-factor model of enjoyment. Two secondary factor analyses were conducted on higher order enjoyment models, in which the 6 sources were hypothesized to be explained by a larger set of factors. Initial support was found for the 6-factor and both higher order factor structures. Internal consistency of the SEYSQ was supported through alpha reliability and composite reliability methods. The practical implications of the findings are discussed in relation to how sport programs can be structured to maximize the enjoyment and motivation of youth sport athletes.
Voleibol. La actividad física y deportiva extraescolar en los centros educativos
  • J M -Palao
  • E Hernández
  • J A Santos
  • J Viciana
  • M A Delgado
-Palao, J. M., y Hernández, E. (2007). Manual para la iniciación al voleibol (pp.115-118). Murcia: Diego Marín. -Santos, J. A., Viciana, J., y Delgado, M.A. (1996). Voleibol. La actividad física y deportiva extraescolar en los centros educativos. Madrid: Ministerio de Educación y Cultura.