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Ch 22: Communication in the Physical Education Classroom

About This Chapter

This chapter discusses the ways in which physical education can be designed to affect a student's cognitive development, create productive relationships with other people, and improve social interactions. See the role PE programs can play in motivating students and exposing students to diversity.

Communication in the Physical Education Classroom - Chapter Summary

Learn to use the physical education classroom environment for providing feedback to students regarding their learning levels, skill acquisition and motivation. Discover how to show sensitivity to students' differences while encouraging communication in the physical education environment. Take a look at methods for effectively communicating with parents, other professionals and community groups to the benefit of children.

Additional information includes:

  • How to deliver feedback that is instructional while in physical education settings
  • Including communication that is effective within a program for physical education
  • How to communicate effectively inside a positive education partnership

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