This study was conducted in order to examine the job performances of physical education and sports teachers regarding the physical activity levels and individual. The study was conducted with 255 physical education teachers (172 male, 83 female) working in public schools of the Ministry of National Education in Samsun. In the research, the International Physical Activity Assessment Questionnaire (IPAQ) and the job performance scale developed by Sigler and Pearson (2000) were used to measure the job performance of the employees. Measurements for the study were conducted by visiting teachers' schools and interviewing on a voluntary basis. It was found that there was a statistically significant difference between the mean scores of physical activity, seniority year and departments of the participants. According to this, it was found that the job performance score of the individuals with high physical activity status was significantly higher; The average job performance score of individuals with a seniority of 6-10 years is significantly higher than those with a seniority of 0-5 years; It is seen that the average job performance score of the graduates of the coaching department is significantly lower than the graduates of the department of teaching and management. When the physical activity status of the individuals participating in the study is considered as low and high individuals separately, it is seen that there is no statistically significant difference between the job performance score median in terms of gender, education, age, marital status, seniority year, working time and the departments they graduated from. As a result, it was found that 50,98% of physical education teachers were physically active and 49,02% were low.
Physical activity, job performance, physical education, teacher