Teacher and Class Behaviors in Physical Education Settings

Rushall, Brent; Richards, Anthony
April 1981
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1981 Introductory, Vol. 1, p39
Academic Journal
The article reports on teacher and class behaviors in physical education settings. It investigates on whether teachers display styles of teaching, whether classes behave in predictable, stylized manners, and whether there exists a relationship between a teacher's and class's behavior patterns. It discusses the methodology, the observation procedures, and the observers of the study. It elaborates on the analyses made between teachers contrast, between days by teacher contrast, between classes contrast, and between days by class contrast.


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