Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1969

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

Robert N. Irving, Jr.

Second Committee Member

Donald G. Goetchius

Third Committee Member

Abe H. Poffenroth

Abstract

As in any other part of the curriculum, physical education requires equipment, facilities, and personnel in order to help assure a successful program. The degree of attainment of this success will be shown by the opinions of those whose judgments are considered valid. In contrast with this will be the performance capabilities of the students who take part in the program in terms of physical fitness performance, physical fitness knowledge, and neuromuscular skills. Finally, attitudes about physical education are also held to be important and should also be judged.

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