Preservice Physical Education Teacher Attitudes Toward Fitness Tests and the Factors Influencing Their Attitudes
- BEDEN EÄžÄ°TÄ°MÄ° Ã–ÄžRETMEN ADAYLARININ TEMEL PSÄ°KOLOJÄ°K Ä°HTÄ°YAÃ‡LARI. ÜnlÇ, HÇseyin // e-Journal of New World Sciences Academy (NWSA);2009, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p210
The purpose of this study is to assign basic psychological needs of preservice physical education teachers. For this purpose, Basic Psychological Needs Scale has been applied to 223 (113 male, 110 female) preservice physical education teacher. According to acquired verities; from the point of...
- First-Year Physical Education Teachers' Perceptions of Their Workplace. Smyth, Donna M. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jan1995, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p198
This study provides a description of how 12 first-year physical education teachers perceived their workplace, how it affected their first year of work, and how their workplace shaped their induction into the context of the school. Interviews were conducted at the end of each participant's first...
- Perceptions of a middle level field experience by preservice high school teachers. Bedwell, Lance; Hunt, Gilbert // High School Journal;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p210
Examines the influence of early field experiences on selected perceptions of preservice secondary teachers. Effects of a practicum experience at the middle level; Perceptions toward public school students and educational purposes; Importance of an implementation of an additional practicum at...
- Reducing education students' ethnocentrism: Difficulties and possible solutions. MacDonald, Christine D,; Sperry, Linda L. // Contemporary Education;1995, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p49
Discusses how to reduce ethnocentrism among education students in the United States. Creation of courses to teach sensitivity and understanding of the diversity of cultures; Studies on ethnocentrism among education students.
- Tracing the roots of mathematics anxiety through in-depth interviews with preservice elementary teachers. Trujillo, Karen M.; Hadfield, Oakley D. // College Student Journal;Jun99, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p219
Implements an in-depth exploration of the early school mathematics experiences of highly mathematically anxious preservice elementary teachers. Identification of commonalities between the various participants in relation to their negative emotions pertaining to mathematics, early school home...
- OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING PROCEDURES APPLIED TO THE SUPERVISION OF STUDENT TEACHING. Romeo, Felicia // Education;Summer85, Vol. 105 Issue 4, p423
Psychologists use the following observational learning procedures: Modeling and observational learning, covert modeling, and participant modeling and reinforcement to treat individuals who suffer from excessive levels of anxiety in particular situations. As a result of observational learning...
- How student teaching in an urban setting affects teacher candidates career motivations. Pagano, Alicia; Weiner, Lois // Urban Review;Mar95, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p51
Examines changes in the motivation of senior student teachers to teach in an urban setting during the student teaching internship. Roles of classroom teachers; Discouragement from tenured teachers; School bureaucracy; Relationships with cooperating teachers; Candidates views about subject matter.
- Male and female teacher education students' profiles on the Edward's Personal Preference Schedule. Brown, William E.; Chance, Larry // Education;Spring95, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p475
Discusses test results of teacher education students who took the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule. Identification of student teacher's psychological needs in practicing the profession; Implications of low psychological needs; Comparison of results between male and female respondents.
- SELECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF PRESERVICE PROFESSIONALS. Holmgren, Byron R.; Covin, Theron M. // Education;Spring84, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p321
This study compared the scores obtained on the Survey of Inter-Personal Values (SIV) and the Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA) between three groups of preservice professionals. The subjects were seniors majoring in Elementary Education (N = 25), Special Education (N = 25), and...