Graduate Project Title
Imbedding New Technologies into Current Practice: A Guide for Administrators of Physical Education
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Don B. Woodcock
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Many new technologies are available to the Physical Education teacher, yet few are commonly used. This project contains findings from a review of literature regarding Physical Education technology use in today's schools. The guidelines presented in this project were designed to facilitate the integration of Physical Education technology into the schools curriculum. The project was designed with the fundamentals of the constructivist classroom in mind, as well as including all students in the process. Students from historically marginalized groups, low socio-economic status, high and low achieving students, students with physical exceptionalities and special education students were all included in this project. All activities were designed to maximize the potential of the school, district, students and teachers.
Haeck, Thomas J., "Imbedding New Technologies into Current Practice: A Guide for Administrators of Physical Education" (2005). All Graduate Projects. 869.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Technology Commons, Exercise Science Commons, Health and Physical Education Commons