spectrum of teaching styles, physical education, inclusion style, Mosston, teaching-learning process
One of the greatest challenges physical educators face in the classroom is getting all students to be actively participating in an activity. In this continued series of Mosston's "Spectrum of Teaching Styles," the "Inclusion Style" (Style E) helps the teacher with the idea of getting and keeping all students actively involved (See Figure 2) as it offers the opportunity for each individual to choose their own challenge. Mosston's "Inclusion Style" has at its very core the intent to give all students equal opportunity to participate while allowing decisions to be made that adjust the challenge by modifying the conditions.
Original Publication Citation
Barney, D., & Christenson, R. (2009). The spectrum of teaching styles: Style E- the inclusion style. OAHPERD Journal, XLVI, (1), 18-22.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Christenson, Robert S. and Barney, David C., "The Spectrum of Teaching Styles: Style E – The Inclusion Style" (2009). Faculty Publications. 1884.
Oklahoma Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
David O. McKay School of Education
© 2009 OAHPERD
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