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Transcript of Sport Pedagogy
Teacher behavior, student behavior, teacher effectiveness, teacher issues, and curriculum are all areas of study within sport pedagogy.
An important milestone in the development of sport pedagogy was reached when the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education was published in 1981. Sport Pedagogy is a term used widely in international physical education and sport sciences.
Sport Pedagogy is used more frequently in the U.S. than any other country.
Sport Pedagogy encompasses both school programs
of physical education and community-based and
club programs of sport and fitness. Sport Pedagogy the study of the processes of teaching & coaching, of the outcomes of such endeavors, & of the content of fitness, physical education, & sport education programs. Current Issues and Problems Many concerns within this topic are reflected from issues with the general fields of physical education and coaching.
Here are some concerning questions:
Should there be a national physical-education curriculum?
How can teacher-coach role conflict be lessened?
What activities should be included in a modern secondary-school physical-education program? Two Key Concepts Content Knowledge
Knowledge of the content taught to students.
Pedagogical content knowledge
Knowledge of and skill in teaching a particular content to a particular group of students.
Our understanding of the two concepts had been enhanced with recent work in the area of teaching games. It is now common to distinguishing between teaching techniques and tactics. Sport Pedagogy has made significant strides in understanding how to teach games. Development Organizations/Programs (AAHPERD)
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
National Association for Sport & Physical Education
Council of Physical Education for Children
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education
International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women
International Society on Comparative Physical Education and Sport Presented by D'Nisha Zona Sport Pedagogy