ERIC Number: ED219387
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Quality Programming in H.P.E.R. Volume II. Selected Papers Presented at the Convention of the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (British Columbia, Canada, June 10-13, 1981). Physical Education Series Number 3.
Jackson, John J., Ed.; Turkington, H. David, Ed.
This volume contains 27 edited papers, and abstracts of 14 papers, presented during the 1981 convention of the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Subjects discussed are listed in 10 categories: (1) working together for quality programs; (2) challenges facing the physical education teacher; (3) skill development and decision making in team sports; (4) history: developing a sport history program; (5) athletics: (arguments against athletic scholarships, the sociology of university athletic awards, competitive physical activity, girl's high school basketball programs); (6) dance for boys, the aesthetic in sport and dance; (7) administration (the budgetary process, comparative Canadian-American research grantmanship and legal responsibility, professional development for physical education teachers); (8) health (venereal disease, the health educator as a role model, maturational assessment of female gymnasts, observation as a teaching behavior, effective teaching, individualized instruction in the secondary school, the problem-solving approach for teachers of gymnastics, teaching rugby in secondary schools, mini-field hockey); (9) adaptive instruction (biomechanical analysis of the high jump of an amputee, program effects on behavior of mentally retarded children); and (10) juggling. The abstracts are brief reports of research studies and innovative programs. (JD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Victoria Univ. (British Columbia).
Note: For related document, see SP 020 732. Grants from Air Canada, the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, the Government of Canada, and the Strathcona Trust facilitated the production of this book.