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Date Recorded: Wednesday, November 6, 2013
This webinar will briefly review the research done on teaching from an historical perspective and then discuss the needs in our field from several perspectives including: Research on effective teaching, Research that seeks to understand teaching, and Research on Curriculum. Methodological issues and the challenge of asking good questions and establishing a line of research will be discussed and followed by ample opportunity for dialog with the participants.
The one-hour presentation will be followed by 30 minutes of questions and discussion. Registrants will receive a link to an archive file following the webinar.
Presenter-2014 Alliance Scholar, Judith Rink, Ph.D.
Dr. Rink is a prominent scholar in curriculum and instruction in physical education and distinguished professor emeritus from the University of South Carolina. For over four decades, she has concentrated her scholarly work on enhancing student learning through providing effective curriculum and instruction in physical education. Rink's approach to curriculum and instruction is unique in that she develops teaching strategies based on principles of learning.