Teaching Responsibility Through Physical Activity

ISBN-10: 0736046011

ISBN-13: 9780736046015

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

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Offering practical teaching guidance and tools for physical activity settings, using field-tested examples, this book demonstrates the basic 'convictions' required to teach social and personal responsibility to children and youths, and to enable them to realise their potential.
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Book details

List price: $23.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Publication date: 3/12/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Daryl Siedentop graduated from Hope College in 1960 where he then stayed for ten years coaching basketball and baseball and teaching physical education. During that time he completed a master’s degree from Western Michigan University and a doctorate in physical education from Indiana University. In 1970 he accepted a position in the School of HPER at The Ohio State University where he eventually became a Professor, Senior Associate Dean and then Interim Dean of the College of Education. In 2001, he retired and assumed initial leadership of OSU’s new P-12 Project, a university-wide outreach initiative to support urban school improvement in Ohio. Siedentop has held Visiting Professor positions as the University of Massachusetts, University of Georgia, Instituto Nacional d’Education Fisica in Granada, Spain, and Edith Cowan University in Australia. Siedentop has published 12 books several of which have been translated into Japanese, Korean, French, and Spanish. His newest book “The Complete Guide to Sport Education” will be published in 2004. Siedentop has published 6 edited monographs and 80 refereed articles in JOPER, Quest, JTPE, and the European Physical Education review among other outlets. His honors included the Visiting Scholar Award from Virginia Polytechnic University, election as a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Education, The International Olympic Committee President’s Prize, NASPE C&I Academy Honor Award, AAHPERD Alliance Scholar Award, Research Consortium McCloy Award, and the OSU Obertueffer Award. Siedentop has Distinguished Alumni Awards from Hope College and the Indiana University School of HPER.

Ideas
What's Worth Doing?
What's Worth Doing in Your Professional Life?
Birth of Taking Personal and Social Responsibility
Rationale for Teaching for Affective and Social-Moral Goals
There Are No Silver Bullets in Physical Education
Take-Aways
Themes for Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility
Five Goals
Some Building Blocks in Using Physical Education to Teach Responsibility
Four Themes
Role of Themes
Take-Aways
Levels of Responsibility
Progression of Levels
Cumulative Levels
Five Levels
Level Modifications
Relation of Levels to Themes
Take-Aways
Strategies
Lesson Plan
Counseling Time
Awareness Talk
The Lesson
Group Meeting
Reflection Time
Take-Aways
Integrating Responsibility With Physical Activity Content
Physical Activity Content
Strategy Progression
Strategies
Strategies
Strategies
Strategies
Strategies
Take-Aways
Strategies for Specific Problems and Situations
Self-Reflection and Reflection in Action
Fattening Your Bag of Tricks
Take-Aways
Teacher-Student Relationship
Four Relational Qualities
Bleeding-Heart Liberals Need Not Apply
Relational Qualities and Counseling Time
Teacher Qualities and Skills
Teaching Students With Different Cultural Backgrounds
Take-Aways
Assessment
Student Evaluation
Program Evaluation
Teacher Evaluation
Take-Aways
Implementation
Getting Started
Is TPSR for You?
Sequential Stages
Taking Your First Steps
Integration of Responsibility Into the Physical Activity Lesson
Jumping Steps
Advanced Steps
Teaching As a Subversive Activity
Take-Aways
Programs to Supplement In-School Physical Education
Cross-Age Teaching and Leadership
Coaching Clubs
Responsibility-Based Fitness Center
TPSR in the Classroom
TPSR on the Playground and at Recess
TPSR in Organized Sport
Schoolwide Adoptions of TPSR
Take-Aways
Epilogue
References
Index
About the Author
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