- Secondary student attitudes toward physical education. Stewart, Michael J.; Green, Sonia R. // Physical Educator;Spring91, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p72
Investigates the general attitudes of Midwest junior high and senior high school students toward physical education. Analysis of data using crosstabs and analysis of variance (ANOVA) techniques; Fitness, skill and social domains as important aspects of the physical education curriculum.
- Foundations of Personal Fitness: Process versus product. Taylor, George R. // Physical Educator;Early Winter96, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p210
Focuses on the value of Foundations of Personal Fitness (FPF) course for high school students. Development of physical education students' attitudes toward physical activity; Traditional or activity-based curriculum; Aim to achieve appropriate levels of health-related physical fitness;...
- Methods and Participant Characteristics of a Randomized Intervention to Promote Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Among Brazilian High School Students: The Saude na Boa Project. Nahas, Markus V.; de Barros, Mauro V. G.; de Assis, Maria Alice A.; Hallal, Pedro C.; Florindo, Alex A.; Konrad, Lisandra // Journal of Physical Activity & Health;Mar2009, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p153
Background: A cross-cultural, randomized study was proposed to observe the effects of a school-based intervention designed to promote physical activity and healthy eating among high school students in 2 cities from different regions in Brazil: Recife and Florianopolis. The objective of this...
- Newspaper: Questionable Courses Rake in Millions for Calif. Colleges. // Community College Week;1/6/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p2
Reports on the questionable enrollments in California community colleges in regard to high school students who get college credit for team practices. Amount received by the community colleges in taxpayer money for physical education classes for high school students; Overview of the physical...
- An analysis of secondary student preferences towards physical education. Strand, Brad; Scantling, Ed // Physical Educator;Fall94, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p119
Discusses secondary student attitudes towards physical education. Concern towards physical education curriculum as it relates to interests and preferences of students; Teacher impact in affecting student preferences and attitudes.
- this ain't your mama's gym class. Johnson, Sharlene K. // Health (Time Inc. Health);Apr2002, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p60
Focuses on the popularity of physical education (PE) program in U.S. high schools being modeled after health clubs. Objectives of the program; Qualities of a successful PE program; U.S. schools adopting the approach. INSET: Lessons for grown-ups.
- Physical-Education Option Allows Students To Read Pamphlets. // Education Week;11/14/1990, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p2
The article reports on the approval of a minimum physical education option that permits students to read pamphlets on exercise instead of attending gym class by a Massachusetts school district committee. The plan would permit high school students to read assigned health-related pamphlets....
- DÃ©velopper le goÃ»t de l'activitÃ© physique et l'enseignement de l'Ã©ducation physique Ã l'Ã©cole secondaire : un rendez-vous manquÃ©. Boudreau, Pierre // AVANTE;2004, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p17
Does physical education in high school help students develop an interest in physical activity? Although this seems the main objective of most phys-ed teachers at the secondary level, Canadian statistics clearly indicate that Canadians have not vet developed a love of physical activity. This...
- ANTHROPOMETRIC AND MOTRIC POTENTIAL OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RÄ‚DÄ‚UÈšI TOWN. Leuciuc, Florin-Valentin; Benedek, Florian; Sobon, Jacek // Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati: Fascicle XV: ;2010, Issue 2, p73
Anthropometric and motric potential structure is dynamic, requiring careful research to determine its components and characteristics. After conducting this transverse experiment there has been found the real motric potential and anthropometric profile of high school students, and could thus...