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Stress And Burnout In Female High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Candice Dias Apr 1999

Stress And Burnout In Female High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Candice Dias

Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies

In the current study we examined the relationships between stress predictors, stress, and burnout in female high school athletic directors (N = 52). Significant negative correlations between stress and hardiness and between stress and number of social support providers were found. Significant positive correlations between stress and time concerns, personnel concerns, and program success (e.g., winning) subscales of the athletic directing issues scale were also found. Subjects high in hardiness and with adequate social support networks, who also reported few athletic directing issues, were likely to report minimal stress. Significant positive correlations also indicated that stress was related to the ...


Modifying Teacher Behaviors To Promote Critical Thinking In K-12 Physical Education, Frances Cleland, John Helion, Frank F. Fry Jan 1999

Modifying Teacher Behaviors To Promote Critical Thinking In K-12 Physical Education, Frances Cleland, John Helion, Frank F. Fry

Kinesiology Faculty Publications

This study examined four physical educators' teaching behaviors before and after an intervention. The study was conducted over the span of three 15-week academic semesters. Phase 1 of the study involved videotaping the participants' instruction prior to intervention. In Phase 2, participants were involved in two workshops planned to convey teaching strategies related to promoting critical thinking in physical education. In addition, participants and co-investigators team-taught three sample lessons focused on incorporating teaching behaviors attempting to foster critical thinking. Data collection was completed during Phase 3 by videotaping each teacher during one unit of instruction. A chi-square analysis of post-intervention ...


Short-Arm (1.9 M) +2.2gz Acceleration: Isotonic Exercise Load – O2 Uptake Relationship, Shawn Simonson, John Greenleaf, Jennifer Chou, Natalie Stad, Georges Leftheriotis, N Arndt, Catherine Jackson, Paul Barnes Dec 1998

Short-Arm (1.9 M) +2.2gz Acceleration: Isotonic Exercise Load – O2 Uptake Relationship, Shawn Simonson, John Greenleaf, Jennifer Chou, Natalie Stad, Georges Leftheriotis, N Arndt, Catherine Jackson, Paul Barnes

Shawn R. Simonson

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