Dodgeball, Appropriate Instructional Practices, Physical Education
When discussing the game of dodgeball, it is usually with fond memories and excitement for the thrill that came from the game. Then there is those that strongly disliked it for reasons that it was embarrassing, hurtful and just not fun. The game of dodgeball has been experienced by many students in their physical education (PE) classes, for better and for worse. The purpose of this study was to better understand the perceptions, experiences and opinions of recently-former K-12 students toward dodgeball in PE. The results of the study found that generally males enjoyed the game and felt it is worth being played in PE class and females did not like the game and that it did not serve a purpose.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barney, David C. and Prusak, Keven A., "Should Dodgeball Ever Die?" (2019). All Faculty Publications. 3158.
David O. McKay School of Education