Teachers' Reactions to Activities in Ongoing Program Development

April 1988
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1988, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p240
Academic Journal
This article describes the assessment of the project of the Physical Education Program Development Center at Teachers College, Columbia University to improve the physical education program in a school through an interaction of program and staff development. The assessment showed that the most helpful activities were sharing teaching and program ideas, viewing videotapes of physical education classes, and meeting with teachers from other districts to discuss practical ideas.


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