Sunday, May 25, 2008

Australia Teachersí perceptions and uses of sport Education Curriculum model

Edith Cowan University, Bradford Street, Mount Lawley, Perth, WA 6168, Australiak.alexander @

January Luckman

Edith Cowan University, Australia

This document presents the results of a recent questionnaire completed by 377Australian primary and secondary physical education (PE) teachers who have used the sport education program model. As such, it is one of the few large-scale accounts of teachers receive a curriculum model first proposed by Siedentop in the early 1980. The aim of this questionnaire was to discover how teachers implemented the model and to report to their opinion, if it produced better learning outcomes, was sensitive to certain types of students and their needs and helped students to accept responsibility for their own Parliament. The report provides support to the idea that sport, education can be a copy to pursue a broader range of learning outcomes that Parliament has always sought and achieved, and that many teachers disappointment with the nature and the quality of interactions with students can be overcome, in turn improving their quality of life. "

Keywords: evaluation of curricula model • • • • results personal social development • physical education learning • • • sport education focuses on teaching students

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