School Administrators’ Intentions to Promote Adapted Physical Education
attitudes, educational leadership, intentions, physical education, theory of planned behavior
A survey, developed with the Theory of Planned Behavior, was used to assess school administrators’ intention to promote adapted physical education (APE). Survey results indicated that when school administrators’ attitudes and subjective norms were favorable, the intention to promote APE was subsequently higher. The results indicate that if we expect public school administrators to promote APE in schools, they must know the importance of high-quality physical education to students with disabilities.
Department of Kinesiology
Department of Educational Leadership and Postsecondary Education
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UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
W T. McNamara, Scott; Rizzo, Terry; and Townsley, Matt, "School Administrators’ Intentions to Promote Adapted Physical Education" (2021). Faculty Publications. 129.