Acquisition of Physical Fitness Knowledge by Central Washington University Physical Education Activity Students
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Arts in Education (MEd)
Robert N. Irving, Jr.
Second Committee Member
John A. Green
Third Committee Member
James G. Nylander
The purpose of this study was to determine what effect participation in activity classes has on the acquisition of physical fitness knowledge. No significant difference was found between activity and non-activity students. The performance of Central Washington University students did not differ significantly from national percentile norms. Certain topics of physical fitness knowledge were difficult than others. found to be significantly more A renewed effort in the construction and use of standardized knowledge tests in physical education was recommended.
Rector, Diana Dawne, "Acquisition of Physical Fitness Knowledge by Central Washington University Physical Education Activity Students" (1984). All Master's Theses. 1723.
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