Editors' Notes

Martinek, Thomas; Rink, Judy
July 1990
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1990, Vol. 9 Issue 4, preceding p249
Academic Journal
This article announces a special monograph issue of the "Journal of Teaching in Physical Education," entitled "Studying Children's Learning in Physical Education." The results of a program evaluation field project conducted with elementary physical education specialists and classroom teachers will be discussed in the issue.


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