The Role of Expert Knowledge Structures in an Instructional Design Model for Physical Education

Vickers, Joan N.
April 1983
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1983, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p17
Academic Journal
This article examines the role of expert knowledge structures in an instructional design model for physical education. The article outlines a seven-stage design model, where each stage can be seen to lead into the interlock with the next stage. This provides a comprehensive approach to instructional planning.


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