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The influence of professional development on teachers psychosocial perceptions of teaching a health-related physical education curriculum



The influence of professional development on teachers psychosocial perceptions of teaching a health-related physical education curriculum



Journal Of Teaching In Physical Education: 3, 292-307



The impact of a yearlong professional development intervention on physical education teachers' psychosocial perceptions was investigated. Experienced mentor teachers (<i>n</i>=15) were paired with inexperienced protege teachers (<i>n</i>=15) who helped them learn how to teach a health-related physical education curriculum (i.e., the Exemplary Physical Education Curriculum).

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