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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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1. Delivering Instructional Feedback in Physical Education Settings
The ability to give effective feedback to teachers is a powerful tool in helping them grow in their instructional practices. In this lesson, we'll examine the components that make instructional feedback valuable to teachers in physical education settings.
2. Effective Communication in Physical Education Programs
In this lesson, we'll define effective communication techniques that demonstrate sensitivity to student differences, encourage student communication, and foster engagement in the physical education environment.
3. Communicating Effectively Within Positive Education Partnerships
In education, partnerships between teachers and parents, professionals, school and community groups, and others often exist to benefit young children. This lesson focuses on ways to communicate effectively to help these partnerships succeed.
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