Teaching Physical Education for Learning https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1259922413.jpeg 8 2020 9781259922411 Teaching Physical Education for Learning, guides future physical education teachers in designing effective learning experiences for students grades K-12. This user-friendly text emphasizes developing students' motor skills and physical abilities through interactive teaching strategies. Physical education teachers will not only learn instructional skills, but also how to adapt their teaching to different content and student needs. This latest edition provides a foundation for physical education programs that prepare students for a lifetime of physical activity.
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Teaching Physical Education for Learning

Teaching Physical Education for Learning, 8th Edition

ISBN10: 1259922413 | ISBN13: 9781259922411
By Judith Rink

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Teaching Physical Education for Learning, guides future physical education teachers in designing effective learning experiences for students grades K-12. This user-friendly text emphasizes developing students' motor skills and physical abilities through interactive teaching strategies. Physical education teachers will not only learn instructional skills, but also how to adapt their teaching to different content and student needs. This latest edition provides a foundation for physical education programs that prepare students for a lifetime of physical activity.

Teaching Physical Education for Learning, 8e

CHAPTER 1: Teaching Physical Education: An Orientation
CHAPTER 2: Factors That Influence Learning 
CHAPTER 3: Designing Learning Experiences and  Instructional Tasks 
CHAPTER 4: Task Presentation 
CHAPTER 5: Content Analysis and Development 
CHAPTER 6: Developing and Maintaining a Learning Environment 
CHAPTER 7: Teacher During Activity 
CHAPTER 8: Teaching Strategies 
CHAPTER 9: Student Motivation, Personal Growth, and Inclusion 
CHAPTER 10: Planning 
CHAPTER 11: Assessment in the Instructional Process 
CHAPTER 12: Content-Specific Pedagogy 
CHAPTER 13: The Teacher as the Continuous Learner
CHAPTER 14: Observing Teacher and Student Behavior


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About the Author

Judith Rink

Judith E. Rink is a professor in the Department of Physical Education at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. She has published numerous books, research and articles related to effective teaching of physical education. She has been an editor of both the Journal for Teaching Physical Education and the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. Dr. Rink was the chairperson of the committee to develop national content standards for physical education and has been the recipient of the NASPE Hall of Fame Award, the Curriculum and Instruction Academy Honor Award and the American Education Association Special Interest Group Outstanding Scholar Honor Award. She is currently the program director the South Carolina Physical Education Assessment Program and is working with the National Association for Physical Education and Sport to develop performance indicators and assessment materials for the national standards.

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