Notation of Additional Studies
- A Study of the Collaborative Research Process: Shared Privilege and Shared Empowerment. Rovegno, Inez; Bandhauer, Dianna // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1998, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p357
Examines the collaborative research process between an elementary physical educator and a university researcher. Effect of collaboration on the teacher and researcher; Use of standard participant observation; Discussion of shared privilege and shared empowerment.
- Why I Became a Physical Educator. Tyre, Pamela // COAHPERD Journal;Fall2012, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p14
The author discusses why she has chosen physical education instructor as her profession and also discusses her passion for sports sciences and exercises from her early childhood.
- The effects of varying supervisory conferences on pre... McCullick, Bryan A.; Coulon, Stephen C. // Physical Educator;Late Winter98, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p38
Presents information on a study which examines selected elements of the supervisory process during undergraduate teaching practicums of physical education teachers. Methods of the study; Observations; Analysis of study findings.
- Student's Dynamics of Didactic Competence during the "Internship of Preparation for Professional Life" in Physical Education and Sports. Evolution of Pre and Post Active Planning. Bennour, Nabila; Zghibi, Makram; Jayari, Sheima; Ouessleti, Najmeddine // Advances in Physical Education;May2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p98
This study encourages decision making in the field of university training of Physical Education and Sports teachers. It consists in observing and analysing the evolution of pre and post active planning of intern students and identifying their didactic competence during the internship period....
- ISSUES IN EXERCISE, FITNESS, AND SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTIONS OF FITNESS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS. Shephard, Roy J. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Oct2002, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p361
Several issues arise on reading the paper by Netz and Raviv. Their role in interpretation of the data and stimulating questions for further study is mentioned.
- STARTING YOUR YEAR OFF RUNNING. Watts, Chris // COAHPERD Journal;Aug2014, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p5
The article offers tips for physical education teachers to transition from summer vacation to working which include taking a short walk during the weekends, exercising before the start of the school year, and getting the classroom in order.
- BEDEN EÄžÄ°TÄ°MÄ° Ä°LE DÄ°ÄžER ALANLARDAKÄ° Ã–ÄžRETMEN ADAYLARININ Ã–ÄžRETMENLÄ°K MESLEÄžÄ°NE Ä°LÄ°ÅžKÄ°N YETERLÄ°K ALGILARI VE TUTUMLARININ BELÄ°RLENMESÄ° VE... Sandıkçı, Mehmet; Öncü, Erman // Pamukkale Journal of Sport Sciences;2013, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p135
The aim of this study was to determine pre-service physical education teachers' and the other pre-service teachers' efficacy perceptions and their attitudes toward teaching profession and to display, in a comparative way, whether these perceptions and attitudes acquire a different character...
- Research on Teaching Physical Education: New Hope for a Dismal Science. Locke, Lawrence F. // Quest (00336297);Summer1977, Vol. 28, p2
The article assesses the state of and the direction of research on teaching physical education. According to the author, there are many characteristics of research on teaching physical education which make it different from the other fields. These are the following: failure to conform to the...
- EVALUATING EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INFUSION LEARNING MODEL ON ATTITUDES OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS. Apache, R. R. Goyakla; Rizzo, Terry // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Aug2005, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p177
The purpose was to evaluate the effect of an infusion curriculum model on attitudes of physical education majors toward teaching students with disabilities. 91 undergraduate students (61 men, 30 women) matriculating through the core curriculum of physical education teachers were exposed to the...