Artigo – Implementing a Physical Education Curriculum: Two Teachers’ Experiences
Posted by Alberto Costa em 3 Dezembro, 2006
In this article, we present a case study of two teachers’ experiences implementing a juniorhigh school physical education curriculum. Using interviews, observations, and document analysis, we organized our data around Brunelle et al.’s (1988) conceptual framework. Our results noted several constraining factors to implementation: lack of time to achieve outcomes, inadequate equipment, large classes, heavy teaching loads, lack of professional development, and lack of consultant support. To facilitate implementation, teachers used school “exploratories” and community facilities, worked with parents, and established user fees.
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