Shute, Shirley; Dodds, Patt; Placek, Judith H.; Rife, Frank; Silverman, Stephen
January 1982
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Winter1982, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p3
Academic Journal
This article discusses the questionable effectiveness and methodology of the education that students receive in physical education courses. The article discusses several methods to measure that education including a teaching model called "process-product," which investigates the relationship between a teacher's methods and a student's achievements. Another option is the Beginning Teacher Evaluation Studies, which suggests a more indirect method of measuring student achievements through what the teacher actually does with a particular method.


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