Appropriate Instructional Practices, Physical Education, PE Majors
Physical education (PE) teachers are responsible for helping students learn in their classes. Unfortunately, many students have been exposed to games and activities that were inappropriate, thus negatively affecting their learning in PE class. Inappropriate instructional practices have been a common occurrence for many students. One group that can help curb the inclusion of inappropriate instructional practices are Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) majors. This study investigated PETE majors’ beliefs of certain instructional practices that have been implemented in PE games and activities. Many of the instructional practices were inappropriate. The PETE majors’ felt that dodge ball, relay games, and elimination tag were appropriate for students to participate in.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barney, David C. and Davis, Liana, "Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) Majors' Perceptions and Opinions of Appropriate Instructional Practices: A Qualitative Approach" (2019). Faculty Publications. 3135.
David O. McKay School of Education
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