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Kinesiology, Vol.48 No.1 June 2016. -

Using self-determination theory as a guiding framework, this study analyzed the impact of the Sport Education Model in self-determination and motivation, psychological basic need thwarting, enjoymentsatisfaction, boredom, and intention to be physically active in Physical Education PE of secondary school students in Spain. Two groups were selected for the study: an experimental group EG; n=43, which received 19 volleyball lessons following the Sport Education Model, and a control group CG; n=43, which received

19 traditional Physical Education lessons. Pre- and post-intervention measures were taken in both groups. The results showed significant improvements in intrinsic motivation in EG. The results are discussed, and the suitability of the Sport Education Model to improve self-determined behaviors in Physical Education is emphasized.

motivation; basic psychological needs; adolescents; intention to be physically active; physical activity



Author: Ricardo Cuevas - orcid.org-0000-0003-0001-4747 ; University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Luis Miguel García-López - orcid.org-0

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