Physical Education and Recreation Writing Resources
Anderson, W. G. (February, 1988). Preparing and using the written curriculum. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation.
Brustad, Robert J. (1999). Editorial Perspectives: The Contribution of the Manuscript-Review Process to Knowledge Development in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Journal of Sports & Exercise Psychology, 21 (4): 307-312.
Franks, J. (1990, September/October). Students: write to learn. Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sports Educators, 19- 20; 24.
Hinson, C. (1993, January 17- 18). Paper and pencils in physical education. Teaching Elementary Physical Education.
Jewell, D. L. (1980). Documentation: Shibboleth for professionalism. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 14, 23- 29.
Kirk, D. and R. Tinning. (1992). Physical education pedagogical work as praxis. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 350296).
Krane, Vikki, Mark B. Anderson and William B. Strean. (1997). Issues of qualitative research methods and presentation. Journal of Sports & Exercise Psychology 19 (2): 213-218.
Kroll, Walter P. (1971). Perspectives in Physical Education New York: Academic Press.
McCullick, Bryan A. and Stephen C. Coulon (1998). The effects of varying supervisory conferences on pre-service teachers' specificity, pedagogical focus, and implementation of written behavioral objectives. The Physical Educator, 55 (1): 38-49.
Metcalf, J. (1979, November/December). Teaching writing in physical education and recreation. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 50, 38.
Thorpe, JoAnn L. (1986). Methods of Research in Physical Education. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.