It’s never been more challenging to teach physical education to children and adolescents. Between managing difficult behavior and adapting lessons for students with diverse needs, teachers have their hands full. Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education: Becoming a Master Teacher has been helping both new and experienced physical educators meet these challenges for many years, and this revised edition is updated to address many of the new challenges that have emerged in the past decade. Expanded to address teaching across elementary, middle, and high school, this classic resource demonstrates through text and videos the techniques and skills master teachers rely on.
Easy to apply in the real world, this resource goes beyond pedagogy to include concrete curriculum strategies for making classes vibrant, fun, and developmentally appropriate.
The Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education Enhanced E-Book, Fourth Edition, offers all the same high-quality content of the print book but also includes 100 video clips that show teachers in real-world classes demonstrating many of the techniques described in the book. Techniques demonstrated in the video clips include checking for understanding, establishing protocols, pinpointing, problem solving, scaffolding, and more. There are three to nine examples of each technique from both elementary-level and secondary-level physical education classes. As you read about these techniques, you can watch the related videos directly on your e-reader.
Purchase this enhanced e-book with video through Amazon’s Kindle Store, Apple’s iBookstore, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble for NOOK.