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Title: 小学校における都市型連携システムとマネジメント
Other Titles: A Study on Management for a Children's Attitude, Behavior and Physical strength improvement in an Elementary school
Authors: 前田, 佳奈
畑, 攻
池田, 延行
小野里, 真弓
Maeda, Kana
Hata, Osamu
Ikeda, Nobuyuki
Onozato, Mayumi
マエダ, カナ
ハタ, オサム
イケダ, ノブユキ
オノザト, マユミ
Keywords: Children
Physical strength
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Abstract: Today in Japan, Children's physical strength decline is a serious problem. To solve the problem, a various projects were carried out by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and Board of education etc. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology started the“Physical strength Improvement Project for Children”in 2004. And this year is a final year of the project. The purpose of this study was to consider the basic management method for children's sport. A physical fitness test and two kinds of questionnaire surveys were conducted at elementary school which is a designated school for “Physical strength Improvement Project”. Adequate statistical procedure such as fish-bone analysis, cross analysis, CHI-test was applied. The following management points were obtained: 1. Improvement of physical strength was shown by physical fitness test. And also habits were changed, and children's wishes to do more sport were shown by questionnaire surveys. 2. Relationship between physical strength,habit,and behavior were clarified by analyzing plural data simultaneously. Which means the effectiveness and necessity to use plural data were shown. 3. These data suggest that effective approach for children's sports based on 4 viewpoints of sport management. For example, understanding and cooperation of a parent for child sports are necessary.
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