Teacher Perspectives on the Role of Exercise as a Management Tool in Physical Education

Pagnano, Karen; Langley, David J.
October 2001
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct2001, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p57
Academic Journal
Explores the perspectives of experienced female high school teachers on the use of exercise as a management tool. Strategy of managing student misbehavior; Concepts on the nature of the sport participation experience; Aspects rationalizing the use of exercise to manage misbehavior.


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