Towards an analysis of student-centred learning in physical education
thesisposted on 30.05.2018 by Judith A. Matharu
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The study examines the background and philosophy of the term 'student-centred learning' and its implications for the teacher and student, in the light of recent initiatives and developments in Physical Education. The evidence of recent research indicates that much teaching of Physical Education is didactic and traditional in style (Spackman 1986) thus the implications of student-centred learning in Physical Education and the subsequent necessary change of focus are explored through the study. [Continues.]
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences