Perceptions of Teaching Strategies for Fundamental Movement Skills in Primary Physical Education

Perceptions of Teaching Strategies for Fundamental Movement Skills in Primary Physical Education

Exploring Perceptions of Teaching Strategies for Fundamental Movement Skills in Primary Physical Education Programs

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PARTICIPANTS WANTED: You are being invited to participate in a research project conducted by Danielle Salters (an MHK student), under the supervision of Dr. Scharoun Benson in the Faculty of Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor. The purpose of this project is to better understand primary school teacher’s perceptions of teaching strategies in PE related to Fundamental Skill Development. All primary school teachers are welcome to participate as we are looking for both specialist and generalist perspectives!
 
As a “thank you” for your time and effort, you will have a chance to win one of two $50 CAD electronic amazon gift cards (Draw: June 2021). At the end of the survey, you will have the option to provide contact information to be entered into the draw. 

 

What Does The Study Involve?

Data are being collected through Qualtrics survey software


At the end of the survey, you will be invited to participate in follow-up interviews about your personal experiences teaching in PE. It would be greatly appreciated if you would participate, but participation is completely voluntary. If you would like to participate in the interview but not in the survey please contact Danielle for further information. 
 
If you have any questions about the study please feel free to contact Danielle through email at saltersd@uwindsor.ca, or Dr. Scharoun Benson through email at Sara.Scharoun@uwindsor.ca,

Treatment Offered

None

Location

Online

Principal Investigator

Danielle Salters

Who Is Needed?

Individuals

Primary School Teachers

Age Range

Any

Gender

Any

Ethnicity

Any

Research Objectives

Study End Date

Jun/23/2021

REB Number

20-124

Study Area

Physical Education
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