The Relationship Between Subject-Matter Expertise and Accountability in Instructional Tasks

Hastie, Peter A.; Vlaisavljevic, Nik
October 1999
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct1999, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between subject matter expertise and conduct of a teacher's instructional task system. Evaluation of the teaching abilities of a teacher; Identification of levels of subject matter expertise; Occurrence of specific changes in the academic work of physical education.


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