Development of mutual adaptation model PE teaching in Indonesia
Abdul Haris, Dr. Mohd Izam Ghazali
Background and purpose: This study aims to develop a Mutual Adaptation Model of teaching of Physical Education subjects in junior high school. The model used in this research is model development (Berman & McLaughlin, 1976; Snyder, Bolin & Zumwalt, 1992). The research method used is interview. Method: This study employed a case study approach to the investigation of eight different schools. Result: Based on the interview, the Mutual Adaptation Model teaching is better used by teachers in schools. The Mutual Adaptation Model has several advantages to be implemented optimally as a teaching model in Physical Educacion subject. There are several things from the Mutual Adaptation Model that need to be further developed, that is, the concept of teaching corresponds to the students' ability, curriculum, infrastructural, the state of the environment and improve learning students outcomes. Teachers to be more creative in teaching and so students can do this activity well, effective, efficient and fun. Conclusion: This Mutual Adaptation Model can provide an appropriate teaching model to be used so that the objectives of Physical Education can be achieved.