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Metzler, Michael W.; Templin, Thomas J.
October 1984
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Fall1984, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
This article discusses the transfer of ownership of the "Journal of Teaching in Physical Education" to Human Kinetics Publishers as well as the content of the issue. Ron McBride's article studies preservice physical educators through the adoption of the first six components of the Systematic Teach Training Model, which attempts to increase teachers' effectiveness while reducing their concerns. Rob Carlson and Thomas McKenzie expand on a previous article of theirs and look at the use of portable computers in research on teaching physical education. Patricia Griffin studies patterns of participation of girls in a middle school coed team sports unit.


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