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Student Perceptions, Values, and Beliefs Prior to, During, and After Badminton Instruction
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education
  • Bonnie L. Tjeerdsma, Georgia State University
  • Judith E. Rink, University of South Carolina - Columbia
  • Kathy C. Graham
Publication Date
7-1-1996
Document Type
Article
Subject Area(s)
Physical Education
Disciplines
Abstract
Affective goals for physical education have historically been an identified goal for physical education programs, and such goals continue to be integral parts of what physical education teachers say they want to do. Affective value orientations to curriculum have also been identified as strong aspects of the values and belief systems of practicing physical educators (Ennis, Ross, & Chen, 1992) as well as the values and belief systems of preservice teachers (Solmon &Ashy, 1995).
Citation Information
Bonnie L. Tjeerdsma, Judith E. Rink and Kathy C. Graham. "Student Perceptions, Values, and Beliefs Prior to, During, and After Badminton Instruction" Journal of Teaching in Physical Education Vol. 15 Iss. 4 (1996) p. 464 - 476
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/judith_rink/4/