physical education, sport education, AAHPERD, curriculum
One desired outcome of k-12 physical education is that all students will have positive experiences during their classes. If students have positive experiences in physical education, they will physically likely be physically active throughout their lives (Barney & Strand, 2008). Unfortunately, for some students the physical education experience has been boring, unnecessary, a waste of time, or just not cool (Rice, 1988). One tool physical educators can manipulate to ensure that student's have positive experiences in physical education, is the curriculum. Barney and Deutsch (2009) found that the curriculum used in a middle school program played a major role in affecting students' attitudes, both positively and negatively. In this instance, the middle students liked the games and activities they participated in, which were made up of mostly team sports.
Original Publication Citation
Barney, D., & Strand, B. (2014). A 5-year review of aahperd poster presentations in the area of sports education. OAHPERD Journal, 51, (3), 30-35.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barney, David C. and Strand, Brad, "A 5-Year Review of AAHPERD Poster Presentations in the Area of Sport Education" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1892.
Oklahoma Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
David O. McKay School of Education
© 2014 OAHPERD
Copyright Use Information