Context as a Factor in Teachers' Perceptions of the Teaching of Thinking Skills in Physical Education

Howard, Kath
April 2000
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p270
Academic Journal
Studies the influence of contexts on the perception of teachers to implement a curriculum based on teaching of thinking skills in physical education (PE). Value emphasized by the PE teachers on activity; Stand of curriculum administrators on the idea; Ability of the teachers to develop collegiality.


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