Teaching Behavior through Various Levels of Field Experiences

Gusthart, J. L.; Rink, Judith
October 1983
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Fall1983, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p32
Academic Journal
The article presents a study on the impact of field work in physical education teacher training on teaching style and methods. Field work experiences designed by the elementary physical education program at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio are examined. Details of the study of twenty physical education majors during field work placements, are presented, including data collection and analysis methods. Key findings on teacher behaviors, classroom management, and class activity planning are discussed.


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