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MARK BYRA

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 25: Teaching Styles and Inclusive Pedagogies

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Teaching Styles and Inclusive Pedagogies
Teaching styles and inclusive pedagogies
Introduction

Teaching signifies action taken with the purpose of realizing learning in another (Dewey, 1933; Robertson, 1987; Smith, 1987). The aim of teaching is to engage students in meaningful goal-oriented activity with the intent of meeting instructional objectives specific to a given lesson or set of lessons (Mosston and Ashworth, 2002; Rink, 2002). Teaching styles, also referred to as teaching strategies in the literature (Metzler, 2000; Rink, 2002), are planned interactions between teacher and learners that result in the accomplishment of a set of specific outcomes. A given teaching style is distinguishable from another by particular teacher actions and decisions, particular student actions and decisions, and the objectives that the relationship satisfies (Mosston and Ashworth, 2002).

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