2 edition of physiology of physical education for physical educators and their pupils found in the catalog.
physiology of physical education for physical educators and their pupils
Percy M. Dawson
Bibliography: p. 914-925.
|Statement||by Percy M. Dawson ...|
|LC Classifications||QP34 .D23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 938 p.|
|Number of Pages||938|
|LC Control Number||35010007|
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During the early decades of the twentieth century, physical education gained a foothold in America’s public schools. Prior toonly three states required physical education for school-aged youth; shortly after World War I the number grew to twenty-eight; in the total was forty-six.
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Much like the Department of Geography, the School of Physical Education was created in the s to meet the demand for well-educated teachers. Early twentieth century educational authorities promoted physical training in schools, believing that healthy bodies created healthy minds.
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It may be physical strength, physical endurance, physical fitness, physical appearance or Author: Asma Hassan. This study was conducted to emphasize the correlation between the number of physical education lessons with effects on the formation of high school students and the importance of practicing physical activities during the extra-class time in sustainable spaces with quality breathable air.
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