Study III: Expert and Novice Elementary Specialists: A Comparative Analysis

Sharpe, Tom; Hawkins, Andrew
October 1992
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct1992, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p55
Academic Journal
This article presents a comparative analysis of expert and novice elementary specialists. Two physical education specialists who differed in years of experience but had similar demographic backgrounds were analysed. The research used a three-part Likert scale based on the current literature on teaching effectiveness and structured according to categories of experience, effectiveness and expertise.


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