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Nonspecialist, preservice primary-school teachers: predicting intentions to teach physical education

Nonspecialist, preservice primary-school teachers: predicting intentions to teach physical education

Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 23(3): 200-215

The purpose of this study was to establish the utility of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting nonspecialist, preservice primary-school teachers' intentions to teach physical education for 2 hr per week. A questionnaire was developed according to the recommended procedures and was administered to 128 final-year teacher trainees in two primary-teacher training courses in England.

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