Efectos de un modelo híbrido de enseñanza (MED + TGfU) y el modelo de responsabilidad personal y social sobre la deportividad y la diversión en estudiantes de 4º ESO y 1º Bachillerato (Effects of a hybrid teaching model (SEM + TGfU) and the model of perso

  • Álvaro Gómez Buendía Universidad de Murcia
  • Bernardino Javier Sánchez-Alcaraz Martínez Universidad de Murcia
  • María Isabel Cifo Izquierdo Universidad de Murcia
  • Alberto Gómez Mármol Universidad de Murcia
Palabras clave: metodologías, enseñanza, aprendizaje, educación física, evaluación, (methodologies, teaching, learning, physical education, values)



The application of pedagogical models can have positive effects on sportsmanship and students’ enjoyment of Physical Education (PE) lessons. The aim of this study was to compare the influence on sportsmanship and fun of the application of, on the one hand, the combination of the Sports Education Model (SEM) and the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) model and, on the other, the Personal and Social Responsibility Model (PSRM). The participants in this study were a total of 85 Spanish teenagers, 39 girls and 46 boys, studying Secondary Education. They completed the SSI questionnaires adapted to Physical Education (SSI-PE) to analyse their enjoyment, and the Multidimensional Sportsmanship Orientations Scale (MSOS) to analyse sportsmanship. Results showed significant differences in enjoyment when applying both the hybrid model (SEM+TGfU) and the PSRM model (p < .01). It is concluded that both interventions with the hybrid model and the PSRM generate positive effects on students’ enjoyment.

Resumen. La aplicación de modelos pedagógicos puede tener efectos positivos sobre la deportividad y la diversión del alumnado en la clases de Educación Física (EF). El objeto de estudio se basó en comparar la influencia de la aplicación de una hibridación del Modelo de Educación Deportiva (MED) y el Modelo Comprensivo (TGfU), y del Modelo de Responsabilidad Personal y Social (MRPS), sobre la deportividad y la diversión. Para ello, participaron un total de 85 estudiantes, 39 chicas (46%) y 46 chicos (54%), de edades comprendidas entre los 16 y 17 años (16.42 ± 0.50). Los participantes de dos grupos de 4º ESO y dos de 1º BACH, cumplimentaron dos cuestionarios al inicio y al final de la unidad formativa. La versión final española del cuestionario SSI adaptado a la EF (SSI-EF) para analizar la diversión, y la versión española de la Escala Multidimensional de Orientaciones a la Deportividad Multidimensional (MSOS) para analizar la deportividad. Los resultados mostraron diferencias significativas en la diversión percibida al aplicar tanto el modelo híbrido como el MRPS (p < .01). Se concluye afirmando que tanto la intervención a través de un modelo híbrido (MED + TGfU) y mediante el MRPS, genera efectos positivos sobre la diversión del alumnado.

Biografía del autor/a

Alberto Gómez Mármol, Universidad de Murcia




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Gómez Buendía, Álvaro, Sánchez-Alcaraz Martínez, B., Cifo Izquierdo, M., & Gómez Mármol, A. (2022). Efectos de un modelo híbrido de enseñanza (MED + TGfU) y el modelo de responsabilidad personal y social sobre la deportividad y la diversión en estudiantes de 4º ESO y 1º Bachillerato (Effects of a hybrid teaching model (SEM + TGfU) and the model of perso. Retos, 43, 550-559. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v43i0.85928
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