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Model-Based Instruction in Physical Education: the Adoption of Innovation

Articles

 

Chapter 1: Researching the Adoption of Model-Based Instruction—Context and Chapter Summaries


449 – 456
Rachel Gurvitch, Michael W. Metzler,


 

Chapter 2: Adoption of Instructional Innovation Across Teachers’ Career Stages


457 – 465
Michael W. Metzler, Rachel Gurvitch,


 

Chapter 3: Student Teachers’ Implementation of Model-Based Instruction: Facilitators and Inhibitors


466 – 486
Rachel Gurvitch, Bonnie Tjeerdsma Blankenship, Michael W. Metzler,


 

Chapter 4: Measuring Pupil Learning— How Do Student Teachers Assess Within Instructional Models?


487 – 511
Mary Lou Veal,


 

Chapter 5: Introducing Innovation to Those Who Matter Most—The P–12 Pupils’ Perceptions of Model-Based Instruction


512 – 528
Michael W. Metzler,


 

Chapter 6: Implementation of Model-Based Instruction—The Induction Years


529 – 548
Rachel Gurvitch, Bonnie Tjeerdsma Blankenship,


 

Chapter 7: Influences on Cooperating Teachers’ Adoption of Model-Based Instruction


549 – 570
Rachel Gurvitch, Michael W. Metzler,


 

Chapter 8: The Diffusion of Model-Based Instruction by Establishing Communities of Practice


571 – 579
Michael W. Metzler, Rachel Gurvitch,


 

Chapter 9: Pedagogical Content Knowing for Model-Based Instruction in Physical Education and Future Directions for Research


580 – 589
Michael W. Metzler, Rachel Gurvitch,


Editors’ Note

 

Guest Editors' Note


447 – 448
Rachel Gurvitch, Michael W. Metzler,


Author Index

 

Annual Author Index, Volume 27


590 – 592


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