Impact of Different Teaching Styles on High Quality
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This study investigated the range of teaching styles used by primary school PE coordinators to achieve the Welsh Assembly Government (2008) and DfES (2003) learning outcomes of HQPE. During the study three primary PE co-ordinators were interviewed to identify their opinions and personal experiences using semi-structured interviews. During the study deductive analysis was used on the transcripts of the interviews to correlate key themes of the study. The aim of the study was to identify the range of teaching styles used to achieve HQPE in primary schools across South Wales. The research found that to achieve HQPE a wide range of teaching styles has to be used and incorporated into the lessons. However it was also identified that to achieve the outcomes of Enjoyment and Confidence it can often depend on the teacher’s attitude and approach to the lesson regarding the achievement of the highlighted learning outcomes.
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) SPORT AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
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