Published June 1, 1999
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
Designed to fill the space of a course book for BA, PGCE and ITT courses in PE. This book brings together for the first time current thinking in Physical Education, together with research findings and examples of best practice. It caters for the growing pedagogical component of the many new PE and Sports Science courses, and will benefit students and teachers alike, providing content. In this chapter we provide some general advice on learning and teaching speciﬁcally in physical education. The suggestions we have made are designed to help physical education teachers and trainee teachers establish a safe and purposeful working environment for pupils where the learning opportunities can be maximised and participation is : Gary Stidder, Gordon Hayes. Based on research evidence, theory and knowledge relating to teaching and learning and written specifically with the student teacher in mind, the authors examine physical education in context. The book offers tasks and case studies designed to support student teachers in their school-based experiences and encourages reflection on practice and. Improving Teaching and Learning in Physical Education Harvey Grout, Gareth Long The text is a wonderful reflective approach for physical education trainees in the areas of planning, instruction, management, assessment, and feedback.
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