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Steffany Anne Poblador
Universidad de Southern Mindanao
Filipinas
Ruben Jr Tagare
Universidad de Southern Mindanao
Filipinas
Vol. 9 Núm. 1 (2023), Artículos Originales, páginas 20-40
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/sportis.2023.9.1.9203
Enviado: jul 14, 2022 Aceptado: sep 4, 2022 Publicado: ene 1, 2023
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El sistema educativo filipino se encuentra actualmente en transición debido a la implementación de la Ley de la República 10533, también conocida como Ley de Educación Básica Mejorada. Desde su promulgación en 2013, los investigadores de educación física han estado examinando el impacto inicial de esta transición. Sin embargo, las investigaciones para determinar los desafíos de los profesores en el Programa de Pista deportiva del plan de estudios de la escuela secundaria superior fueron escasamente suficientes. Por lo tanto, esta investigación se llevó a cabo para sondear los desafíos de estos profesores utilizando un diseño de investigación de fenomenología cualitativa. Los participantes de la investigación de escuelas seleccionadas en la provincia de Cotabato en Filipinas participaron en discusiones de grupos focales, entrevistas en profundidad y una extensa observación de campo. Transcurrieron seis preocupaciones significativas de los participantes de la investigación; estos son: dificultades con el aprendizaje en línea; desajuste de los intereses de los estudiantes; plan de estudios poco realista; instalaciones inadecuadas; cargas de enseñanza sobrecargadas; y luchas de los no graduados en educación física. Luego, los hallazgos sirvieron como elementos cruciales para sacar conclusiones y recomendaciones para implementar mejor el programa de atletismo deportivo en el plan de estudios de la escuela secundaria superior de Filipinas.

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