Barrett, Kate R.

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The nature of game strategy observation in field hockey with respect to selected variables 1974 343 The purpose of this study was to investigate the frequency of different types of field hockey strategy observed by individuals with various modes of field hockey experience and to examine the relationship of these observations to experience, knowledg...
Movement experience in modern dance : a phenomenological inquiry 1984 198 The movement phenomenon in modern dance was studied from the viewpoint of experiences using phenomenology as the research approach. The inquiry is focused on how students in higher education make meaning out of the dance movement experience. This inq...
A description of dyadic student/teacher interactions in the physical education activity class 1979 209 The purpose of this study was to describe the number, length, and type of dyadic student/teacher interactions in physical education activity classes. In this study types of interaction referred to the content and noncontent relatedness of the interac...
Probing and perceiving second graders' affective responses to movement experiences 1980 184 The purpose of this study was to assess the personal meaning and significance of selected movement experiences of second graders as determined by self-report. The writer probed directly into the personal, affective dimensions of each child. The direc...
A creative presentation of a gym teacher's perceptions 1989 58 The purpose of this study was to describe and analyze what and how seven preservice teachers learned during a field-based methods course. Two questions guided the research: (a) what was the substance of salient knowledge components of preservice teac...
Continued professional learning and the experienced elementary school physical education specialist 1989 90 An assumption associated with professional practice is that professionals will continue to grow and to learn following their preservice professional education programs (Houle, 1980). In the physical education literature, few studies have addressed th...
An introspective inquiry into what and how preservice physical education teachers observe in an unguided, early field experience 1983 188 The purpose of this study was to describe what and how preservice physical education teachers observe in an unguided, early field experience. Six junior-level physical education majors at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro were asked to o...
A procedure for systematically describing teacher-student verbal and nonverbal interaction in the teaching of choreography 1974 196 It was the purpose of this study to develop and examine the feasibility of a procedure to systematically describe teacher-student verbal and nonverbal interaction in the teaching of choreography. A multidimensional category system was constructed bas...
A quest for personal meaning and wholeness through the movement experience : an alternative perspective 1986 182 The central question of this inquiry is: Does the movement experience facilitate personal meaning and wholeness? Existential-phenomenological insights are drawn from writers such as Merleau-Ponty, Bakan, and Kleinman. A major premise underlying this ...
Connections and disconnections between a college methods course and elementary classroom teachers' teaching children's physical education 1987 61 The purpose of this study was to describe connections and disconnections of four classroom teachers' actual teaching of physical education with the experiences of their college methods course. The qualitative methodology used in this study generated ...
An interpretation of movement education developed from curriculum critical theory 1988 106 Movement education, as a curriculum concept for physical education at the elementary school level, was interpreted by using a framework drawn from critical theory. More specifically, critical theory was used to develop an interpretation of movement e...
An interpretive inquiry of preservice teachers' reflections and development during a field-based elementary physical education methods course 1992 53 The purpose of this study was to analyze and describe the reflections and development of seven preservice teachers during a field-based elementary physical education methods course. The research was guided by a focus on what the preservice teachers l...
Student expectations and dyadic interactions with physical education teachers of third-grade children 1982 187 The purpose of this study was to investigate the differences among student expectations, student sex, and teachers with respect to teacher-student dyadic interactions of third-grade children. Student expectations of 140 third-grade children enrolled ...
The development of a model for assessing quality learning experiences in elementary physical education : an inquiry 1977 341 A theoretical, movement learning model with major emphasis geared toward assessing quality in movement learning experiences in the entirety of elementary school physical education was developed for use in professional preparation. The completed mo...
Perceptions of leader behavior of selected women physical education administrators 1977 193 The purpose of this study was to investigate selected physical educators' perceptions of leader behavior of the woman administrator in physical education. In addition the study was concerned with the influence of the sex of the respondents in regard ...
A description of children's verbal responses to a modern dance work in grades kindergarten through six 1982 173 The purpose of this study was to describe the verbal responses that children make to a modern dance work on film before those children have received formal instruction in dance. A two-dimensional category system was designed for the purpose of classi...
Student perception of the classroom environment in secondary school physical education 1979 110 The purpose of the study was to investigate student perception of the classroom environment in physical education. The study compared perceptions of male and female secondary school students in classes taught by male and female teachers. A total of 8...
The assessment of classroom teachers' ability to provide quality instruction in movement education for primary grade children 1974 143 The purpose of this study was to determine whether classroom teachers could provide quality instruction in movement education for primary grade children. The designing of learning experiences which were "appropriate" for specific children was identif...
Feasibility of large scale implementation of the component approach for assessment of fundamental motor skills in grades K-3 1986 68 The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility of using Roberton and Halverson's component approach to assess the developmental sequences of the hop and skip in an actual K-3 public school situation. More specifically, the study examined ...
The effects of two training programs on the ability of preservice physical education majors to observe the developmental steps in the overarm throw for force 1987 64 The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of two training programs on the ability of physcial education majors to observe and identify the developmental steps in the overarm throw for force. Twenty nine physical education majors participa...
Analysis of the concept of movement education in American elementary school physical education 1987 83 The purpose of this study was to analyze how movement education was manifested ln American elementary school physical education literature. Specifically, this study attempted to provide an accurate description of the origin and subsequent development...
Development as transcendence an examination of a phenomenological perspective of how individuals and their movement change over time 1987 102 The purpose of this study was to propose a view of how individuals and their movement change over time through a perspective that views development as Transcendence. This perspective and its ideological framework enlarged upon the progressive view of...
A description and analysis of the behavior of two experienced teachers initiating the movement education approach to teaching beginning basketball to college women 1975 99 The purpose of this study was to describe and analyze the behavior of two experienced teachers initiating for the first time in their experience, the implementation of the movement education approach to physical education, teaching beginning basketba...
The construction and validation of a series of color film loops to illustrate selected women's lacrosse techniques recommended for beginners 1976 91 The purpose of this study was to construct and validate a series of color film loops to illustrate selected women's lacrosse techniques for beginners. The content to be included in the film loop series was based on a careful search of the lacrosse li...
A child's personalized curriculum in physical education 1977 72 The purpose of this study was to identify one child's personalized curriculum as it developed in response to the teacher's verbal behavior in a movement approach to games. It was the researcher's intent to answer the following questions: 1. What is a...
Teachers' beliefs about purposes as reflected in teaching practices : a study in elementary school physical education 1990 88 The focus of this study was to discover how beliefs about the purposes of elementary school physical education were reflected in teaching practices. Specifically, the study sought to determine what teachers believed to be the primary purposes of thei...
The effect of dynamic balance training on reading readiness of selected kindergarten children 1971 146 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of dynamic balance training on reading readiness of selected kindergarten subjects. The tenability of the following null hypotheses was investigated: 1. There is no relationship between initial ...
The development of an objective, reliable and valid tool for the systematic description of selected teacher behavior evident in the teaching of the cradle in lacrosse to beginners 1972 87 The purpose of this study was to develop an objective, reliable and valid tool for the systematic description of selected teacher behavior evident in the teaching of the cradle in lacrosse to beginners. The tool constructed was a category system, the...
Development of a college beginning swimming course which possesses selected characteristics of humanistic education 1974 98 The purpose of this study was to develop a beginning swimming course for college students which possessed selected characteristics of humanistic education. Development of the course consisted of constructing the course, teaching it, and evaluating th...