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KINE 4100: Curriculum and Student Learning in Physical Education: Required Readings

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Required Readings for KINE 4100

Hellison, D. (2011).  Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility through Physical Activity. (3rd ed). Human Kinetics:  Champaign, IL.  

Hopple, C. J. (2005).  Elementary physical education teaching and assessment: A practical guide.  Human Kinetics: Champaign, IL.

Logsdon, B.J., Barrett, K. R,  Ammons, M., Broer, M. R., Halverson, L.E., McGee, R, Roberton, M.A.  (1984).  Physical Education for Children: A Focus on the Teaching Process.  Lea and Febiger: Philadelphia, PA.

Lund, J.L. (2000).  Creating Rubrics for Physical Education.  Assessment Series: K – 12 Physical Education. NASPE.  

Mitchell, S.A. & Oslin, J.L. (1999).  Assessment in Games Teaching.  Assessment Series in K-12 Physical Education.  

National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K – 12 Physical Education.  NASPE: Reston, VA.

PE Metrics: Assessing the National Standards: Elementary and Secondary.

Wong, H.K. & Wong, R.T. (2009).  The First Days of School: How to be an Effective Teacher.  Harry K. Wong Publications: Mountain View, CA.

 

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