Integrating qualitative analysis of movement in the university physical education curriculum

Morrison, Craig S.; Harrison, Joyce M.
April 1997
Physical Educator;Spring97, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p64
Academic Journal
Presents a study on college sports instruction. Approaches to physical education; Includes video and conceptual approaches; Value of instruction in sports classes; Proposal for the integration of qualitative analysis into the university undergraduate physical education curriculum; Model for integration; Sample activities for a sports class.


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