The Student Social System Within Sport Education

Carlson, Teresa B.; Hastie, Peter A.
January 1997
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jan1997, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p176
Academic Journal
Examines the participation of students in units of sports education. Changes in the way students socialized during class; Conflict between student social system and teacher's agenda; Ways in which students interpret the managerial and instructional demands of different teachers.


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