Focusing on physical education for kindergarten through grade 12, this user-friendly text emphasizes teaching strategies, theories, and skills to give students a foundation for designing an effective learning experience. This new edition focuses on the Physical Education National Beginning Teaching Standards with updates in assessment and student motivation, and the addition of a brief introduction to Mosston's styles of teaching.
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Highlights the central topic of assessment is a unique chapter, "Assessment in the Instructional Process."
Prepare students for professional life in a unique chapter entitled "The Professional Teacher and the Continuous Learner." which discusses topics such as beginning teacher standards and professionalism.
Applies theory to real-life situations in "The Real World" boxes. .
Explores the impact the National Standards have had and discusses how the individual states have responded.
Includes information about curriculum and unit planning provideing students with comprehensive coverage of a key area.
Features new information and heavily updated and revised content in the area of research including a Discussion of the web as an effective research tool that offers access to a broad range of resources.
Provides students with copies of the NASPE standards, by packaging them free with new copies of the text.
Offers more web resources to students by packaging a free password card to PowerWeb with new copies of the text.
Updates content and references with information on various education issues, including safety and legal concerns.
Provides resources for future educators, such as web links to the major professional organizations on the Health and Human Performance Discipline Page.
Introduces students to teaching as a process that includes not only developing technical skills of teaching, but also the ability to apply those skills appropriately for particular situations.
Integrates throughout the text the notion that physical education programs and teachers should have expectations for student learning and should teach for learning.
COMP GUIDELINES This is generally not used in elementary methods. The book is K-12. It is most often a course for PE majors as opposed to education majors and can be called Teaching PE or Introduction to Teaching in PE. The author is very well known.
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