Reviewing the perception of quality of education in students who take physical education and sports education in different universities
Students' perception of quality education
The purpose of this study was to review the perception of quality of education in students who take physical education and sports education in three different universities. Descriptive survey model was used in this study to reveal the current situation. The Six-Question Personal Information Form and also Scale of Quality of Education in Universities Providing Physical Education and Sports Education that was developed by Paktaş were utilized to determine the demographic attributes of participants. It is observed at the end of the analyses that there is a significant relationship between perception of quality of education and gender; university and department (p<0,05). According to the results, considering the dimensions and subdimensions, the perception of quality of education in students in Bülent Ecevit University is higher compared to the same perception in other students from other universities.
Keywords: Quality of Education, Sports Sciences, Physical Education
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