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Spectrum of Teaching Styles for Physical Education

PED-917
3 Credits
Online
4.84/5.00
Learn how to transition your teacher-focused classes to become student-centered by using Mosston's Spectrum of Teaching Styles. The Spectrum of Teaching Styles moves from the Command (Style A), where the teacher makes all the decisions to Self-Teach (Style K) where the student makes all the decisions. You can use the Spectrum of Teaching Styles to develop, revise, and implement the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) National Standards and Grade-Level for K-12 Physical Education and various State standards for physical education.

NOTE: Required textbook must be purchased separately.

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Dr. Jim Ave

Instructor
My life purpose is to glorify and honor Jesus Christ in all that I do. This life purpose transfers to my teaching. I want students to learn and apply information from my classes to their professional and personal experiences. God has gifted me with the abilities to take care of athletes and other physically active individuals as a Certified Athletic Trainer. I've also been gifted with the ability to develop and create new academic program and classes. I've used these talents to develop courses for Fresno Pacific University.