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CONNIE COLLIER

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 22: Models and Curricula of Physical Education Teacher Education

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Models and Curricula of Physical Education Teacher Education
Models and curricula of physical education teacher education
Introduction

The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the research on models and curricula of Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE). The research on models of PETE describes the programmatic nature of helping teachers learn to teach, including information on program structure and curricular content. The section on curricula examines ways teacher educators use pedagogical methods to promote teacher professional development that aim to positively influence student learning. The intent is to represent the current knowledge base on teacher preparation in physical education including relevant core concepts and how the major research findings might guide future policy and practice. PETE research informs the bulk of this chapter however, research on teacher ...

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