ERIC Number: ED135753
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Reference Count: 0
Concepts and Convictions.
This collection of speeches, papers, and essays divides into three sections: "Some Challenges Accepted,""School Health Education," and "Physical Education." The section on school health discusses such topics as: the school as a force for health; philosophy and principles of school health programs; health as motivation; sex education; appraisals of health education; health instruction; mental health of children; challenges for professionals; and guidelines for teacher preparation. The section on physical education covers: a holistic point of view for physical education; idealism and its meaning for physical education; the relation of principles to practice; physical education in higher education; learning from people's culture; administrative concepts; contributions of physical education to the educated life; the meaning of "education"; role of physical education in health and fitness; learning values from sport; discovery of personal values; the culture of sport; and physical education as a rich experience. (MM)
Descriptors: Athletics, Educational Philosophy, Health, Health Education, Health Programs, Mental Health, Physical Education, Physical Fitness, Physical Health, Sex Education, Teacher Education
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Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Washington, DC.