Student and Teacher Interaction Analysis: A Comparison of Activities, Age Groups and Sex of the Students in Physical Education

Ritson, Robert J.; Smith, Richard J.; Twa, Hughie I.
January 1982
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Winter1982, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
This article discusses methods that have been used to measure the effectiveness of educational interactions between students, physical educators, and the gym curriculum. The article mentions a description of physical education programs as the "black-box," which it argues is not a fair assessment of the educational value found in a gym class. Methods, techniques, categories, and modifications on methods in favor of effectively measuring physical education is analyzed including the Rankin Interaction Analysis System, and Flander's Interaction Analysis System.


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