Kids Say the Darndest Things: PETE Program Assessment Through the Eyes of Students
- Student teachers: Incidents that lead them to confirm or question their career choice. Jones, Rhys // Physical Educator;Early Winter92, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p205
Studies incidents that lead physical education student teachers to re-evaluate their career choice. Influence of teaching practice experience on student teachers; Call for the improvement of student teaching practices; Evaluation of student teaching.
- Systematic observation training for preservice physical education teachers. Behets, Daniel // Physical Educator;Spring93, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p87
Studies observation training for physical education student teachers in the United States. Observation systems used in the study; Observations of student teachers before and after an observation training period; Focus of attention of student teachers; Differences in observed behavior.
- Chapter 6: Assessing Knowledge. Tjeerdsma, Bonnie L.; Metzler, Michael W.; Walker, Theresa M. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p476
Examines the knowledge areas in the Physical Education Teacher Education assessment program. Level of knowledge on physical education content and movement; Analysis of the written final exams from the introductory methods courses; Competency of the knowledge standard of student teachers with...
- Chapter 10: Making Decisions for Program Improvement. Tjeerdsman, Bonnie L.; Metzler, Michael W. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p538
Outlines the use of assessment evidence in making decisions to maintain or change the parts of the Physical Education Teacher Education program. Effectiveness in areas of student dispositions and pedagogical knowledge; Demonstration of positive aspects of professional and personal development;...
- Using the Teacher Work Sample to Assess the Impact of PETE Program Changes Upon Student Teachers' Performance. Phillips, Carol L.; Marston, Rip E. // Physical Educator;Fall2008, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p146
The effects of Physical Education Teacher Education program modifications upon selected characteristics identified with effective teaching were assessed utilizing the Teacher Work Sample (TWS). Data were collected from all student teacher candidates during the 2002 student teaching sessions....
- Prospective PETE Students, PETE Student Teachers, and Clinical Model Teachers in a University Teacher Education Program. Graham, Kathy C.; Hohn, Richard C.; Werner, Peter H.; Woods, Amelia M. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jan1993, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p161
The article presents a study that compares conceptions of teaching among individuals associated with a university physical education teacher education program. Students, student teachers, and teachers were observed to reveal that teaching conceptions among the students differed significantly...
- The Impact of a Critically Oriented Physical Education Teacher Education Course on Preservice Classroom Teachers. Curtner-Smith, Matthew D. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jan2007, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p35
Studies of the influence of conventional methods courses on preservice classroom teachers (PCTs) have provided mixed results. The purpose of the study described in this paper was to break new ground and examine the effects of a critically oriented 6-week methods course and a 9-week early field...
- An analysis of the clinical experience in teacher education in physical education within... Sparks, Bill; Steffen, Jeff // Physical Educator;Late Winter90, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p27
Examines the student teaching component of pre-servile physical education teacher education programs across the United States. Comparison of the characteristics of these programs with those recommended Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) guidelines.
- Guest editorial: Conflicting demands for physical education teacher educators: Institutional... Williamson, Kay // Physical Educator;Late Winter90, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p11
Editorial. Relates the experiences of physical education teacher educators in their professional roles to the perceived institutional expectations and reward structure of faculty productivity. Institutional priorities; Institutional recognition of field experiences; Affect of changing...