Developing and implementing a sound physical education curriculum for grades K 12 that provides quality programs and addresses the public s concerns presents a challenge to educators. This timely text will assist them in that endeavor by heightening their understanding of what curriculum is and how it should be evaluated. Outstanding features include: a presentation of the ten most common physical education curriculum models; a discussion of outcome-based curriculum; a complete chapter on children with disabilities; and discussion of such important issues as multiculturalism, computer-based instruction, instructional strategies using students, and paraprofessionals.
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Title of related interest from Waveland Press: Jensen-Overman, Administrative Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programs, Fourth Edition (ISBN 1577662725).From the Back Cover:
"A useful overview of critical elements of the physical education program. A practical and informative guide in addressing, at the introductory level, components, factors, curriculum considerations, and assessment of such programs." -- Jane A. Petrillo, Kennesaw State University
"The textbook and ancillary materials are very well presented and are user friendly." -- Lowell Pitzer, Missouri Baptist College
"Well organized and thorough. It is written in a professional way that is easy to understand." -- Teresa G. Clark, Cedarville University
"A quality curriculum textbook." -- Kevin Hill, Wayne State College
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 5 Sub. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0132969971