Social and Emotional Pedagogy: Rhythm and Junctures
- Strategies for Teaching Fitness. Ratliffe, Tom // Teaching Elementary Physical Education;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p13
Presents strategies in teaching fitness concepts in physical education programs. Importance of considering the age level of students in choosing concepts to teach; Behaviors that teachers should avoid; Involvement of students in the activities at hand.
- Implications From the Results. Metzler, Michael // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1991, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p412
The article presents implications from the results of the motor skill and physical fitness tests from the "Teacher Effectiveness in Children's Physical Education Project" study, presented in this issue of the "Journal of Teaching in Physical Education." The article discusses physical education...
- Adapted Physical Education Services, Classwide Peer Tutoring and Game Modifications for Health/Physical Education Instruction. Silla, Vanessa Ann // Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation &;Fall2009, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p27
Although the benefits of physical activity are universal for all people, including those with disabilities, opportunities for inclusion and participation in health and activity programs are limited for this population (Murphy & Carbone, 2008). Children with disabilities are inclined to be more...
- EDITORS' NOTE. Ben; Pamela // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct2013, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p339
An introduction is presented in which the editors discuss various reports within the issue on topics including physical education, teacher's attitude, and emotional intelligence.
- EXERCISE, FITNESS, AND SUBJECTIVE MEASURES RELATED TO FITNESS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND OTHER TEACHERS. Netz, Yael; Raviv, Shulamith // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Jun2002 Part 2, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p1091
Examines the difference between physical and nonphysical education teachers in exercise, perceived and actual fitness, self-rated health and attitudes. Assessment of the components of attitude toward aging; Influence of experiences with physical activity on participation to physical activity;...
- ISSUES IN EXERCISE, FITNESS, AND SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTIONS OF FITNESS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS. Shephard, Roy J. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Oct2002, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p361
Several issues arise on reading the paper by Netz and Raviv. Their role in interpretation of the data and stimulating questions for further study is mentioned.
- The Role of PETE in Developing Joy-Oriented Physical Educators. Blankenship, Bonnie Tjeerdsma; Ayers, Suzan F. // Quest (00336297);May2010, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p171
The current focus on utilitarian outcomes (e.g., fitness, health, skill development) in physical education has not been effective in producing life-long movers and makes physical activity a duty to be performed. An alternative to a utilitarian focus is to have a joy-oriented focus in which...
- The Relationship Between Preservice Teachers' Health-Related Fitness and Movement Competency in Gymnastics. Webster, Collin Andrew; Webster, Liana; Cribbs, Jason; Wellborn, Benjamin; Lineberger, Matthew Blake; Doan, Rob // Physical Educator;Spring2014, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p203
The current National Initial Standards for Physical Education Teacher Education state that preservice teachers should achieve and maintain a level of health-related fitness consistent with that expected of K-12 learners. However, little research has addressed the relevance of teacher fitness to...
- Competition for Special Populations: Personal Perspectives. Miles, Bruce H. // Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly;Jan1985, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p15
Competitive opportunities for handicapped or disabled athletes are burgeoning. Different populations have different capabilities. Moderately (MO-MR) and mildly mentally retarded (MI-MR) athletes have unique abilities, and many physical educators, teachers, and volunteers spend countless hours...