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See detailA review of the assessment of basic motor qualifications and competencies in school
Herrmann, Christian; Bund, Andreas UL; Gerlach, Erin et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2015), 52(3), 2-13

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See detailA review of selected physical education teacher education texts in Germen (2013-2014)
Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2015), 52(1), 10-20

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See detailA review of selected physical education teacher education texts in Germen (2011-2012)
Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2013), 50(1), 2-12

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See detailThe general sport motor function ability of Luxembourgian pupils - An analogy between legends and facts
Becker, Werner UL; Malane, Gaston

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(4), 23-32

The analysis at hand deals with the question as to whether the physical ability of Luxembourgian pupils has altered. To show this, the current data on physical fitness is compared to older reference ... [more ▼]

The analysis at hand deals with the question as to whether the physical ability of Luxembourgian pupils has altered. To show this, the current data on physical fitness is compared to older reference values. We chose to focus on pupils from the first and second grades aged six to eight because those have not been analyzed in recent studies (Bös et al., 2005) and also because possible causes for an emerging trend are more likely to have affected younger children, as a change in consciousness – coupled with corresponding actions – possibly had a lower chance of becoming effective. Here, two examinations will be discussed, the first of which has been edited and shortened. Two coincidental observations seem to be significant enough to be verified through a repeated random sample. In an additional synopsis, one could draw conclusions on the sport motor function ability of Luxembourgian pupils. Out of this one could initiate curricular and extracurricular physical activities for the students, with focus on the relation and behaviour in these area (Becker, 2008). Results showed that the average performances of the pupils of 1st and 2nd grades in comparison to the old standard values have remained constant, but the form of distribution has changed: There is a higher frequency of well above-average and well below-average performances. The results of Study II demonstrated that children sent to school at the appropriate age show better performances than older children and that boys perform better than girls. Differences between nationalities could not be found. [less ▲]

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See detailSports didactics and instructional theory of sport - A review of German journal publications (2010-2011)
Holzweg, Martin; Budde, Henning; Scheuer, Claude UL

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(1), 2-12

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See detailPhysical education and sport in Europe: From individual reality to collective desirability (Part 1)
Onofre, Marcos; Marques, A.; Moreira, R. et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(2), 31-35

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See detailPhysical education and sport in Europe: From individual reality to collective desirability (Part 2)
Onofre, Marcos; Marques, A.; Moreira, R. et al

in International Journal of Physical Education (2012), XLIX(3), 17-30

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