INVESTIGATION INTO THE BEST RANGES OF TEACHING STYLES THAT ACHIEVE THE LEARNING OUTCOMES OF HIGH QUALITY PHYSICAL EDUCATION
University of Wales Institute Cardiff
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An investigation was made into the best ranges of teaching styles from Mosston’s Spectrum of Teaching Styles that achieved the learning outcomes of High Quality Physical Education. Six Physical Education teachers stated their opinions based on their personal experiences within a semi-structured interview. Deductive analysis was carried out upon the transcripts of each of the six interviews to collate information into key themes. The aim of this study was to find out the best range of teaching styles that achieved the learning outcomes of High Quality Physical Education. It was found that all the teaching styles need to be adopted in order to achieve all the learning outcomes of HQPE. From this came about the perspective that ‘no style, by itself, it better or best’ (Mosston, 1981). However, the Inclusion teaching style was highlighted to be the teaching style that needs to be adopted in conjunction with other teaching styles in order to achieve all of the individual outcomes of HQPE as all learners are involved in the learning process.
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