Investigation of Relationship Between Theoretical Practice Course Success and Attendance

Oğuzhan Dalkıran


The aim of the study is to determine the relationship between the attendance of theoretical and applied field courses and the success status of the students attending Sports Science Faculty. The data of the study consisted of 68 female and 88 male students in the Faculty of Sports Sciences; two lectures and two practicals, and 624 grade points and 14 weekly course hours. The data were obtained from course attendance schedules of the instructors and transcripts from the academician information system. In the analysis of the data, descriptive statistical analysis in the SPSS (Ver.22) package program, the direction and strength of the relationship between dependent and independent variables in relation by the Pearson product moment correlation analysis, course attendance and academic success test by regression analysis was determined. There was a moderate, positive, and meaningful relationship between attendance and academic achievement (r = 0.528, p <.01). There was a moderate, positive and significant relationship between attendance and academic success in both theoretical and applied courses (R = 0.610, p <.01, r = 0.575, p <.01). As another result; there is a significant relationship between the predictor variable attendance and the academic success, which is the predictor variable (r = 0.528, p <.050). According to this result; it can be said that 28% of the variance related to academic achievement is explained with the attendance.

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Journal of Education and Training Studies  ISSN 2324-805X (Print)   ISSN 2324-8068 (Online)

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