Competitive activities in physical education: How do students perceive fun?

Phillips, Sharon R.; Bernstein, Eve
February 2012
New Zealand Physical Educator;Feb2012, p19
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the conference regarding importance of competitive activities that are being provided during physical educators entitled Physical Education New Zealand (PENZ) Conference 2011. It mentions the perceptions of various middle school students towards competition in physical education. It also discusses the importance of students' perception that affects their learning skills and helps top guide teaching and learning processes.


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