Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Robert N. Irving, Jr.
Second Committee Member
James G. Nylander
Third Committee Member
Franklin D, Carlson
This study was undertaken in order to: (1) determine the basic motor skill and physical fitness levels of both migrant and resident students enrolled in the Chief Kamiakin School and Outlook School located in Sunnyside District #201; and (2) apply this knowledge to their present physical education program. In addition the writer devised a curriculum of activities for the migrant students, designed to upgrade their physical capabilities. Numerous empirical judgments were formulated in an effort to determine the relative effect of this curriculum as compared to: (1) resident students of the same age and/or grade and sex; (2) each migrant student's own test scores.
Middleton, Leon J., "Effects of Remedial Physical Education on Selected Migrant Children" (1970). All Master's Theses. 1400.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Health and Physical Education Commons
Note: The terminology present in this thesis is a product of its time and may be seen as racist or culturally insensitive by today's standards.