What is situation analysis in curriculum development


In addition to specific statements about the structural framework conditions of school sport, the study also provides detailed information about the subjective perspectives of the actors involved, such as school administrators, teachers, pupils and parents. In total, in seven selected federal states (Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hamburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Schleswig-Holstein) in grades four, seven and nine of all school types (except vocational schools) a total of 8,863 students, 4,352 Parents, 1,158 physical education teachers and 191 school administrators were interviewed. The programmatic basics of school sport (such as curricula and guidelines) as well as the situation of the sports facilities in school sport (at around 4,000 schools) were examined nationwide. The results of the study indicate a positive mood towards the subject of sport: Schoolchildren as well as school administrators and parents appreciate physical education and recognize its importance. The commitment and professional competence of the sports teachers are rated positively. In addition, extracurricular school sport is also widely established in schools. Forms of cooperation between schools and sports clubs are particularly assessed by the school administrators. There is a need for improvement in many areas of school sports. The DSB-SPRINT study also refers to existing problems in school sports and demonstrates their scope, severity and intensity. In this respect, the study opens up the great opportunity, on the basis of the SPRINT results, to enter into a scientifically sound dialogue about the importance and role of school sport, its content and methodological orientations as well as achievements and effects in order to generate future-oriented impulses for a "better" or To initiate "further developed" school sport. The authors and their contributions are: 1. Brettschneider, W.-D .; Kuhlmann, D .: The school sports study and its modular structure - from the development to the sprint study. 2. Prohl, R .; Krick, F .: Curriculum and curriculum development -Programmatic basics of school sports. 3. Breuer, Ch .: The sports facility situation. 4. The core of the investigation - the partial study to record physical education. 4.1. Heim, R .; Brettschneider, W.-D .; Hofmann, J .; Kussin, U .: Research program of the partial study. 4.2. Hofmann, J .; Kehne, M .; Brandl-Bredenbeck, H.-P .; Brettschneider, W.-D .: Organization and implementation of physical education from the point of view of the school management. 4.3. Gerlach, E .; Kussin, U .; Brandl-Bredenbeck, H.-P .; Brettschneider, W.-D .: Physical education from a pupil's perspective; 4.4. Austria, Ch .; Heim, R .: Physical education as perceived by teachers. 4.5. Stucke, Ch .; Heim, R .: Physical education from the parents' point of view. 4.6. Gerlach, E .; Stucke, Ch .; Streso, J .: To network the school management, teacher, parent and student perspectives. 4.7. Süßenbach, J .; Schmidt, W .: The physical education - a qualitative analysis from the perspective of the actors involved. 5. Altenberger, H .; Höss-Jelten, Ch .: The extracurricular sport. 6. Altenberger, H .; Brettschneider, W.-D .; Breuer, Ch .; Heim, R .; Prohl, R .; Rittner, V .; Schmidt, W .: Recommendations for action. Publishing information and table of contents - for downloading the short version of the study, see: http://www.ads-sportverwaltung.de/Kurzfassung_DSB-Sprint-Studie.pdf.