This study aimed at examining the instructional practice of Hong Kong primary physical education student teachers. Twenty student teachers were videotaped teaching two lessons during their practicum. They were coded using the Physical Education Teacher Assessment instrument. Data generated were comprehensively described. Three randomly selected student teachers participated in the second phase of the study. They were observed teaching two lessons and attended two pre-lesson and post-lesson interviews. Results indicated that the student teachers spent 73.18% of their time in instructional behaviours and 26.82% of their time in managerial behaviours. They held common features in instructional practice during teaching. Copyright © 2008 The International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance.
|Journal||The ICHPER-SD journal of research in Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport & Dance|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
CitationCruz, A., & Li, C. (2008). Instructional practice of Hong Kong primary physical education student teachers. The ICHPER-SD journal of research in Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport & Dance, 3(1), 22-28.
- Teacher Education
- Teacher Education and Professional Development