Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jesp

A Study on Pre-service Teachers’ Satisfaction on Adapted Physical Education E-learning Supplement
Eun Hye Kwon

This study investigated pre-service teachers’ level of satisfaction toward two different format of Adapted Physical Education (APE) instructional supplement in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) course. The APE instructional supplement about inclusion strategies for individuals with Intellectual Disability (ID) was developed based on instructional design model (Dick, Carey, & Carey, 2005). Two groups of pre-service teachers (N=50) took the same content supplement with different delivery system, E-learning group (n=25) with online, traditional group (n=25) with the printed handout. A modified Post-Study System Usability Questionnaire (PSSUQ) measured the level of satisfaction toward the supplement. The results indicated the e-learning module (M = 5.357, SD =.633) was more effective than the traditional supplement in completing the task of the supplement (M = 2.79, SD = .699). (t [13] = 9.527 p< .001).On the satisfaction level for the organization of content, the e-learning group (M = 5.357, SD = .750) had statistically higher satisfaction levels than the tradition group (M = 3.643, SD =.297) (t [13] = 6.450, p< .001). However, satisfaction on the quality of content was not statistically significant between the e-learning (M = 5.142, SD = .662) and the traditional group (M = 5.286, SD = .611) (t [13] = .922, p = .435).

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