Effective Physical Education Instruction

Effective Physical Education Instruction - Effective...

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Effective Physical Education Instruction PEDU 575
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What is meant by effective instruction? Process of teaching content Three-phase cycle of planning, teaching, and assessing Students have learned what the teacher intended
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How would you study effective instruction? Go to real classrooms Link process variables to product variables Examine effects of teacher behaviors in multiple contexts Study how effective teachers think, behave, and interact in specific contexts
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Are there common characteristics of effective instruction? Clear communication Quick pacing Checks for understanding Guided and independent practice Review
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How might these characteristics fit together? Review previous learning Quickly but clearly introduce new content in small pieces using explanations, relevant examples, questioning strategies, and demonstrations Check for understanding by asking questions and guiding initial practice Provide plenty of time for independent practice and “overlearning’ Review lesson content
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course PEDU 575 taught by Professor Doen during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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