|Intervention component||Description||Potential mediators intervened|
|Teachers’ need support||
Teachers will be trained to teach using need supportive approaches during teacher workshops. Specific behaviors we will encourage include:|
- Providing informational feedback
- Challenge students within their capabilities
- Providing meaningful choices
- Providing meaningful rationale
- Acknowledging students’ difficulties
- Showing genuine care for students
|Perceived need support, competence, autonomy, relatedness, autonomous motivation|
Teaching using the SAAFE principles:|
|Perceived need support, competence, autonomy, relatedness, autonomous motivation, enjoyment|
Teachers will be recommended to spend 20 min of lessons using the fitness dice.|
- Target 4 aspects of fitness highlighted by the Education Bureau (EdB) PE curriculum – flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, & muscular endurance
- Four customizable dice with corresponding activity cards will be provided to each teacher: 1. Flexibility; 2. Cardiovascular endurance; 3. Upper body muscles; 4. Lower body muscles.
- Using either a one-to-many or circuit training format, students will complete exercises based on the toss of a fitness die.
- Students could choose a level of difficulty that is optimally challenging to them.
- Both individual and paired activities are included to allow students to choose from.
- Teachers will invite students to provide input for the fitness activities to be included in each die.
|Competence, autonomy, relatedness, autonomous motivation, enjoyment|
|Other motivational components||
Playing music during the fitness dice activity|
- Students can provide input as to what music to play
PE record form for self-monitoring and goal-setting
|Competence, autonomy, autonomous motivation, enjoyment|