Worthy use of leisure students get the skills to

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Worthy use of leisure -Students get the skills to enrich his or her body, mind and spirit and personality in his or her leisure. The school should also provide appropriate recreation. This should be taught in all subjects but primarily in music, art, literature, drama social issues and science Ethical Character -The notion of personal responsibility and initiative -Do not imply that the process of education can be divided into separate fields. All of the 7 principles are interrelated Development of professional association of field of physical education -1885 (AAPE) association of the advancement of physical education -1886(AAAPE) American association of the advancement of physical education -1903 (APEA) American physical education association -1937(AAHPE) American association for health and physical education -1938(AAHPER) American Alliance for Health, physical education and recreation -1974(AAHPER) Changed association to alliance -1979(AAHPERD) American alliance for health physical education recreation and dancef 1960s to the present -Began with franklyn henrys 1964 speech questioning the existence of pe as a profession or a discipline. -The field of study didn’t have a central mission -Was open to splintering The discipline period -No applied movement focus -examples: sport or human movement history, sociology,philosophy and administration -the central mission of pe was lost which was “to develop a physically educated populace” -Four absolutes accounted for change and conflict within the field -Human movement where physical activity is the central focus -Physical activity does not have the same academic status as other educational subjects -Leaders from generations and during the same time period, have always disagreed about the purpose of the field of pe -The field of pe is constantly evolving, allowing for the focus to shift from one area to another
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