Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators

Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators is a peer-reviewed journal providing practical, hands-on information to physical educators and coaches. Since it was founded in 1987, it is printed bimonthly by American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.Subjects for Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators include: Physical Education and Athletics; Education.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 1, September-October

Applying the Sport Education Model to Tennis
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The physical education field abounds with theoretically sound curricular approaches such as fitness education (Corbin & Lindsey, 1997), skill theme approach (Graham, Holt/Hale, & Parker, 2004), tactical approach (Bunker...
Ideas Exchange: What Suggestions Do You Have for Physical Education Teachers When Starting a New School Year?
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The beginning of a new school year should be looked upon with anticipation and enthusiasm. Hopefully the summer months have produced rest and relaxation, complimented by professional growth opportunities such as curriculum/...
Learning-Centered Planning Strategies in Outdoor Education Programs: Enhancing Participation and Self-Directed Learning
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Outdoor education (OE) takes place within a range of program settings and contexts (e.g., recreational, educational, developmental, or therapeutic). Experiential learning is central to OE and focuses...
Make It a Priority as You Head Back to School
Back to school is an exciting time. Everything is fresh and new. Students are usually given a supply list of things needed for the school year. The following is a supply list of helpful advocacy ideas to promote quality physical education programs...
Podcasts and Wiki's: Delivering Content Information to Students Using Technology
One of the most difficult tasks for today's physical educator is to ensure students maintain high levels of physical activity during physical education courses and demonstrate knowledge of cognitive content. The National Standards for Physical Education...
Strategies for Developing Effective Teaching Skills in the Affective Domain
Perhaps more than any other academic discipline, physical education holds the highest potential for teaching affective skills. By its very nature, the typical physical education setting offers countless teachable moments and opportunities to capitalize...
Stretching Your Budget: Notes on Working with Sporting Goods Dealers
Pre-service teachers take many courses in college training programs in order to become teachers and coaches. Teachers have in-service training programs, varied across many school divisions or districts, which help keep them abreast of current methods...