A Teaching Strategy Model: The Integration of Style, Organization and Communication Mode

Gabbard, Carl
October 1983
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Fall1983, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p16
Academic Journal
The article looks at the development of a model for teaching methods and the instruction process. Several styles of teaching are compared. Details of the Exploration style are presented, including its focus on including the interests and motivation of the student in the learning process. A model of the Exploration teaching style is presented, including details on individual and group instruction and communication methods.


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