The effects of ALT-PE supervisory feedback on the teaching behaviors of preservice physical education teachers

@inproceedings{Griffin1986TheEO,
  title={The effects of ALT-PE supervisory feedback on the teaching behaviors of preservice physical education teachers},
  author={Linda L. Griffin},
  year={1986}
}
The study compared the effects of conventional supervisory feedback and systematic supervisory feedback obtained through'the use of the Academic Learning TimePhysical Education (ALT-PE) instrument (Siedentop, Tousignant, & Parker, L9821 on the teaching behaviors of preservice teachers. Freshmen physical education majors (I = 441 enrolled in the Elementary Games eourse at Ithaca College were videotaped twice while teaching in a micropeer setting. The two videotapes of each subject were coded… CONTINUE READING

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