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Teaching Physical Education for Learning

Teaching Physical Education for Learning

8th Edition
By Judith Rink
Copyright: 2020
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Preface

Part 1 Understanding the Teaching/Learning Process
1 Teaching Physical Education: An Orientation
2 Factors That Influence Learning 

Part 2 Effective Teaching Skills
3 Designing Learning Experiences and  Instructional Tasks 
4 Task Presentation 
5 Content Analysis and Development 
6 Developing and Maintaining a Learning Environment 
7 Teacher During Activity 
8 Teaching Strategies 
9 Student Motivation, Personal Growth, and Inclusion 
10 Planning 
11 Assessment in the Instructional Process 

Part 3 Context and Reflection
12 Content-Specific Pedagogy 
13 The Teacher as the Continuous Learner
14 Observing Teacher and Student Behavior

Glossary 
Credits
Index