Physical education resources, class management, and student physical activity levels: a structure-process-outcome approach to evaluating physical education effectiveness.

@article{Bevans2010PhysicalER,
  title={Physical education resources, class management, and student physical activity levels: a structure-process-outcome approach to evaluating physical education effectiveness.},
  author={Katherine B Bevans and Leslie-Anne Fitzpatrick and Betty M Sanchez and Anne W. Riley and Christopher B. Forrest},
  journal={The Journal of school health},
  year={2010},
  volume={80 12},
  pages={573-80}
}
BACKGROUND This study was conducted to empirically evaluate specific human, curricular, and material resources that maximize student opportunities for physical activity during physical education (PE) class time. A structure-process-outcome model was proposed to identify the resources that influence the frequency of PE and intensity of physical activity during PE. The proportion of class time devoted to management was evaluated as a potential mediator of the relations between resource… CONTINUE READING

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