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Volume 6, Number 2 / August issue 2020
Isa Aydemir, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Senol Yanar
Investigation of the relationship between physical activity levels and academic achievements of high school students in different fields
Abstract

The aim of this research is to design the relationship between the levels of physical activity and academic achievement of the high school target studying different things. A total of 400 students from four different high schools located in the center of Muğla are focused on the study. The International Physical Activity Questionnaire, as a measure of academic achievement, has average scores, not general. In the SPSS data analysis program, standard deviation, mean and variance analyzes, one way Anova, Mann Whitney U test and correlation analysis were used. At the end of the study, there is a higher level of physical activity in men compared to the level of women, since the high school approach has no physical activity level. In addition, the analysis of the negative direction relationship between the characteristics of licensed athletes, the level of physical activity and academic achievement (p< 0.05). When the academic achievements of high schools were examined according to their types, they had the highest level of physical activity in the science high school and the highest level of physical activity in the Anatolian high school (p <0.05). There was a significant difference in demographic variables, functionality, physical activity level and father education status variable, targeting (p <0.05). On the other hand, while a positive relationship was established between treatment physical activity levels and academic achievements, it was concluded that there was a significant relationship. As a result, there is a clear determinant of the status of the fathers' status and the effectiveness of the variables for the research-oriented fathers, while other demographic variables do not affect the activities of high school settings in different activities and the level of physical activity is said to be a crucial determinant of academic achievement.
Keywords: Academic Achievement, High School Students, Physical Activity

Cite this article:
Isa Aydemir, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Senol Yanar. Investigation of the relationship between physical activity levels and academic achievements of high school students in different fields. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 6(2)2020, 57-66.


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