van der Mars, Hans
April 2008
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr2008, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p252
Academic Journal
The article reports updates in the "Journal of Teaching in Physical Education." The author mentions that the journal will be publishing topics that were presented at the Historic Traditions and Future Directions Conference to offer new and future sport pedagogy specialists an excellent retrospective and thoughtful reflections on crucial issues facing both sport pedagogy and the field of physical education. He also stresses that readers can explore the Active Living Research Web site to get information on agencies and organizations that have physical activity as the centerpiece variable.


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