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Ch 27: Communication & Collaboration in Physical Education

About This Chapter

A physical education classroom is often a very busy place and effective communication is key to a thriving class environment that promotes student growth. This chapter will help you develop important strategies for giving feedback and guidance in a physical education setting.

Communication & Collaboration in Physical Education - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our professional instructors explain the value of clear verbal and nonverbal communication in a physical education classroom. They will show you what effective communication looks like and how to deliver it effectively. You will learn to deliver positive and constructive feedback as well as how to develop community involvement. By the end of the chapter you should feel confident to do the following:

  • Apply respectful verbal and nonverbal communication strategies
  • Analyze effective communication in a P.E. setting
  • Evaluate positive instructional feedback
  • Create a community surrounding your physical education program

The concepts covered in this chapter are presented through brief, engaging videos designed to deepen your study of communication practices. Each lesson has an accompanying transcript and self-assessment quiz to help you review the material and determine your own level of mastery. In addition, you can use the Timeline feature of the video recorder to review specific areas of each lesson. Be sure to track your progress on your dashboard.

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