Understanding and Using Physical Education Content to Teach Children Effectively in K-12 Physical Education
Research conducted at the Learning to Teach Physical Education Research program at The Ohio State University has shown that teachers who produce strong learning gains in their students organize the teaching of content to their students in fundamentally different ways than most teachers. Our understanding of how these teachers teach has improved greatly in the past decade, and in this webinar Phllip Ward will share what he has learned from these teachers — the ways they think, plan and teach content in K-12 physical education. Participants in the webinar can expect to leave with knowledge that can immediately impact their teaching and student learning.
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Presented by Phillip Ward, Professor and Director of the Learning to Teach Physical Education Research Program at The Ohio State University
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