Analysing the Intrinsic and Extrinsic Values of Physical Education and Health
Sammanfattning: A traditional view has, more or less, infested the subject of Physical Education, which affects the subject´s intrinsic values. The purpose of this knowledge overview is to analyse teachers and pupil’s perception and understanding of PEH in relation to intrinsic and extrinsic values. Intrinsic refers to the certain value of knowing a subject’s core content, on the other hand, extrinsic refers that knowledge in a subject content is valuable for something else. The following questions will aid us in this overview and provide us with as much angles as possible; What is/are teachers’ perception of PEH based on intrinsic and extrinsic values? What are pupils’ perception of PEH based on intrinsic and extrinsic values? What is/are teachers’ understanding of PEH based on intrinsic and extrinsic values? What are pupils’ understanding of PEH based on intrinsic and extrinsic values? This knowledge overview focusses mainly on Sweden but includes some international research. These researches range from the years 2006 - 2019. This knowledge overview is conducted by analysing several systematically selected sources, where searches have been made in different databases. The results show that extrinsic values are highly valued in the subject of PEH even today. Research from when both Lpo94 and Lgr11 were active, showed that a traditional- and extrinsic view is more prevalent than the intrinsic values of PEH. In the discussion different aspects are lifted. Both we and the research suggest, based on the learning outcomes of the syllabus, the importance of making intrinsic values more tangible in PEH lessons. This is in order to produce a consensus within and around the subject.
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