Investigating the Assumption of Pedagogy

Rink, Judith E.
January 2001
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jan2001, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p112
Academic Journal
Investigates the relationship between learning theories and teaching methodology in physical education. Discussion of teaching methodologies in terms of learning theories; Analysis on the learning process of teaching; Use of direct teaching method.


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