Behavior management instructional practices and content of college/university physical education teacher education (PETE) programs

@inproceedings{Lavay2012BehaviorMI,
  title={Behavior management instructional practices and content of college/university physical education teacher education (PETE) programs},
  author={Barry Wayne Lavay and Hester L. Henderson and Ron French and Sharon Guthrie},
  year={2012}
}
Background: Since 1969, the annual United States Educational Gallup Poll has reported the ability to manage behavior and motivate students as a major challenge for teachers and the primary reason why novice teachers leave the profession prematurely. Indeed, over one-third of all new teachers resign within three years due to this perceived incapacity and their resultant frustration. The rate of teacher attrition globally in the first three years of teaching varies by country with such rates as… CONTINUE READING

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