Perceived indicators in enrolment of students into physical education subject in secondary schools in Obudu LGA of Cross River state, Nigeria
This study investigated the perceived indictors influencing enrolment of students in Physical Education subject in Secondary Schools in Obudu LGA of Cross River State, Nigeria. To achieve this objective, two null hypotheses were formulated and tested in the study. A Sample of 100(6.2%) of the population was randomly selected using simple random sampling technique. A 15 item questionnaire titled “Students’ Enrolment in Physical Education Subject Questionnaire” (SEPESQ) was used to collect data for analysis after being subjected to face validation by three experts in the field of Test and Measurement. The reliability was established through split-half and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient method with a coefficient value of 0.88. The Independent t-test analysis was adopted in testing the hypotheses at .05 level of significant and 98 degree of freedom. From the result of the analyses, the findings revealed that instructional materials/facilities and personnel qualification have significant influence on students’ enrolment in P.E subject. Based on these findings, recommendations were made.
KEY WORDS: Indicators, Influence, Enrolment, Physical Education, Obudu, Nigeria.