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Appropriate Practices for Middle School Physical Education A Position Statement of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education Developed by the Middle and Secondary School Physical Education Council (MASSPEC) Appropriate Practices for Middle School Physical Education A Position Statement of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education Developed by the Middle and Secondary School Physical Education Council (MASSPEC) Acknowledgments MASSPEC Executive Committee Jackie Lund, Chair and Principal Writer Dolores Albers John Hichwa Marilyn Buck Carolyn Thompson Lori Dunn Appreciation is extended to the following contributors to this document : Jim Batesky, Marty Carnes, Tom Jacoby, Bill Monti, Rosalie Schuette, Pat Stueck, Mike Tenoschok, Herman Weinberg Copyright © 2001 National Association for Sport and Physical Education, an association of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. All rights reserved. Reproduction of this work in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, including photocopying or storage in any information retrieval system is expressly forbidden without the written permission of the publisher. Requests for permission to
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make copies of any part of the work should be mailed to: NASPE Publications, 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191-1599. Address orders to: AAHPERD Publications, P.O. Box 385, Oxon Hill, MD 20750-0385, or call 1-800-321-0789. Order Stock No. 304-10248. Printed in the United States of America. ISBN 0-88314-723-8 Preface The National Association for Sport and Physical Education has provided leadership to the field of physical education for over 100 years. A central aspect of this leadership is the development of standards and guidelines for quality physical education programs. These standard-setting efforts have culminated in recent years in published documents, with updates in some cases, which establish standards in four areas essential to providing quality physical education. The current documents are as follows: What students “should know and be able to do” relative to physical activity and exercise: Moving Into the Future: National Physical Education Standards: A guide to Content and Assessment, 1995. Appropriate instructional practices at elementary, middle, and high school levels: Appropriate Practices for Elementary School Physical Education, 2000. Appropriate Practices for Middle School Physical Education, 2001. Appropriate practices for High School Physical Education, 1998. Program support factors which ensure students the “opportunity to learn” in physical education: Opportunity to Learn Standards for Elementary Physical Education 2000. Program Improvement and Self-Study Guide for Middle School Physical Education,
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