Teacher Perceptions of a Physical Education Statewide Assessment Program
A statewide program assessment was established to make positive change in physical education school programs in South Carolina. Reform efforts depend both on balancing accountability for change and teacher support for change (Odden & Anderson, 1986). The purpose of the study was to determine teacher perceptions of the South Carolina Physical Education Assessment Program and its effects across six related themes including: changes in teaching and learning, changes in curriculum and instruction, teacher awareness of the assessment program, teacher support for the program, work place conditions, and the advocacy role of the program. It was also the purpose of this study to determine if the survey responses were in any way related to teacher and school variables. The overall results of the study indicated positive change and support for the assessment program, supporting the viability of the standards, assessment, and accountability reform effort to positively impact physical education programs.
Rink, Judith; Petranek, Laura L.; Kirby, Kym; Mitchell, Murray; and Doutis, Panayiotis. (2007). "Teacher Perceptions of a Physical Education Statewide Assessment Program". Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78(3), 204-15.
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