Evaluation of Organization and Administration of Intramural Sports Programmes in Secondary Schools in Ibadan Metropolis
B.O. Abayomi 1, Pat. Ola Oyeniyi 2 * , O.O. Aina 2
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1 Department of Physical and Health Education, Emmanuel Alayande of College of Education, Oyo
2 Department of Human Kinetics & Health Education, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti
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The paper appraised the organization and administration of intramural sports programmes in secondary schools in Ibadan metropolis. The descriptive research design of survey type was employed for the study. The population was all secondary school students and teachers in Ibadan Metropolis. The sample consisted of 500 respondents 40 public secondary schools and 10 private secondary schools from five local governments in Ibadan metropolis who were selected through multi stage, stratified and random sampling techniques. Modified Likert type questionnaire was used for data collection. The questionnaire was validated by experts in human kinetics and lecturers in tests, measurement and evaluation who accessed the face and content validity of the instrument. The reliability of the questionnaire was determined through one shot test and later the data collected was subjected to Cronbach alpha statistic which yielded a reliability coefficient (r) of 0.87. The statistics used for data analysis include frequency counts, percentage and chi-square set at 0.05 alpha level. The result showed that scheduling was a significant problem of intramural Sports in Secondary Schools in Ibadan metropolis. Personnel, facilities and equipment were not significantly available for intramural sports in Ibadan metropolis. It was therefore suggested that physical education teachers should show more interest in intramural sports, and schools should provide more facilities and equipment for the programmes.


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PEDAGOGICAL RES, 2017 - Volume 2 Issue 1, Article No: 03

Publication date: 02 Sep 2017

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