Facebook

GOOGLE+

Facebook

YOUTUBE:

Facebook

FACEBOOK:

Twitter

FOLLOWS: 273

home / library & resources

Library & Resources

This page is a replica of the original version of the website, and will be updated soon to include interactive tools to help you sort through all available resources, by name, type of file, date, etc.. (Click the icon below to get Adobe Reader for free.)

The Institute is continuously updating this Spectrum research section. You are cordially invited to submit your published or unpublished Spectrum articles for consideration of inclusion on this page. For each article, designate: Author(s), Year, Title, Periodical Name, Volume/Issue, Pages and Country of Author(s). Click here to email your article information, and include a link of the article in Adobe PDF format. If your article is listed below, and we do not have a linked PDF file, please submit a link to the file.

C
Get Adobe Reader
  • Cai, S.X. (1995). Effect of three teaching styles on college student mood states, enjoyment of physical activity, and attitude toward teaching. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Arkansas, Arkansas. (United States).
  • Cai, S.X. (1997). College student attitude toward three teaching styles in physical education classes. College Student Journal. 31, 251-260. (United States).
  • Chamberlain, J. (1979). The effects of Mosston’s practice style and individual program teacher design on motor skill acquisition and self-concept of fifth grade learners. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia. (United States).
  • Chatoupis, C. (2000). The effects of two teaching styles on physical fitness and perceived athletic competence of fifth grade students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation - University of Manchester. (United Kingdom). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2003). The effects of two teaching styles on perceived athletic competence of fifth graders.. Paper presented at the 4th Congress of the Greek Sport Science Association, Crete, Greece. (Greece).
  • Chatoupis, C. (2005). Effects of practice and inclusion styles on perceived athletic competence of Greek primary school children. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism. 12(1), 47-57. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2007). Decision making in physical education: Theoretical perspectives. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism. 14(2), 195-204. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2008). The effects of two teaching styles on physical fitness of fifth graders. Paper presented at the 11th annual Pan-Hellenic physical education teachers congress, Athens, Greece. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2009). Contributions of the Spectrum of Teaching Styles to research on teaching. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism. 16(2), 193-205. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2010). Spectrum research reconsidered. International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences. 22(1), 80-96. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C. (2010). An analysis of Spectrum research on teaching. The Physical Educator. 67(4), 188-197. (Greece).
  • Chatoupis, C. (2012). Children’s divergent movement ability: A study revisited. Early Child Development and Care. 1-17, iFirst Article. (Greece).
  • Chatoupis, C. (2015). Pairing learners by companionship: Effects on motor skill performance and comfort levels in the reciprocal style of teaching. The Physical Educator, 72, 307-323. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C., & Emmanuel, C. (2003a). Teaching physical education with the inclusion style: The case of a Greek elementary school. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. 74(8), 33-38. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C., & Emmanuel, C. (2003b). The effects of two disparate instructional approaches on student self-perceptions in elementary physical education. European Journal of Sport Science. 3(1), 1-16. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatoupis, C., & Vagenas, G. (2011). An analysis of published process product research on physical education teaching methods. International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences. 23(1), 271-289. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Chatzopoulos, D., Kofterou, A., & Georgiou, M. (2003). Multifaceted exercise of balance and pedagogic framework of its application in primary education. Inquiries in Sports & Physical Education. 1(2), 176-182. (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Cheffers, I.T. (1972). Validation of an instrument designed to expand the Flanders system of interaction analysis to describe nonverbal interaction, different varieties of teacher behavior, and pupil responses. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Temple University, Philadelphia. (United States).
  • Cheffers, J. (1994). A life to be celebrated: The lively days of Muska Mosston.. International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education. 45(2), 2. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Chen, W., & Cone, T. (2003). Links between children’s use of critical thinking and expert teacher’s teaching in creative dance. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 22(2), 169-185.
  • Cho, M., Hwang, H., You, J., Kim, Y., & Choi, H. (2004). . Teaching physical education. (5th ed.), (M. Cho, H. Hwang, J. You, Y. Kim, & H. Choi, Trans.). Seoul, Korea: Daehan Media Co., Ltd.. www.daehanmedia.com.
  • Christodoulidis, T., Papaioannou, A., & Digelidis, N. (2001). Motivational climate and attitudes towards exercise in Greek senior high school: A year-long intervention. European Journal of Sport Science. 1(4), 228-241. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Cleland, F.E. (1990). How many ways can I? Problem solving through movement. In W.J. Stinson (Ed.),. Moving and learning for the young child. (pp 73-74). Reston, VA: AAHPERD. (United States).
  • Cleland, F.E. (1994). Young children's divergent movement ability: Study II. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 13, 228-241. (United States).
  • Cleland. F.E., Donnelly, F., Helion, J., & Fry, F. (1999). Modifying teacher behaviors to promote critical thinking in K-12 physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 18, 199-215. (United States).
  • Cleland, F.E., & Gallahue, D.L. (1993). Young children's divergent movement ability. Perceptual and Motor skills. 77, 535-544. (United States).
  • Cleland, F.E., & Pearse, C. (1995). Critical thinking in elementary physical education: Reflections on a yearlong study. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. 66(6), 31-38. (United States).
  • Colella D. (2011). Motor competences and teaching styles in physical education. CQIA, October, pp. 85-93. ISSN: 2039-4039. [View PDF]
  • Colella D., Ercolino L., Morano M. (2012). Teaching Styles, motor performances and physical self-efficacy in primary school, Together for Physical Education – Scientific Comunication of the 7h European FIEP Congress, [Barcellona 7-9 June 2012], p. 378- 382. ISBN: 978-84-9729-314-3. [View PDF]
  • Cothran, D. J., & Kulinna, P.H. (2006). Students' perspectives on direct, peer, and inquiry teaching styles. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 25, 166-181. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Cothran, D. J., & Kulinna, P.H. (2008). Teachers' knowledge about and use of teaching models. The Physical Educator. Fall 2008, 122-129. (United States). (Greece). [View PDF]
  • Cothran, D.J., Kulinna, P.H., Banville, D., Choi, E., Amade-Escot, C., MacPhail, A., MacDonald, D., Richard, J.F., Sarmento, P.A. & Kirk, D. (2005). Cross-cultural investigation of the use of teaching styles. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 76(2), 193-201. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Cothran, D.J., Kulinna, P.H., & Ward, E. (1999). Students’ experiences with and perceptions of Mosston’s teaching styles [abstract]. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 68, (Supplement) A-84. (United States).
  • Cothran, D.J., Kulinna, P.H., & Ward, E. (2000). Students' experiences with and perceptions of teaching styles. Journal of Research and Development in Education. 33(5), 93-102. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Cox, R.L. (1986). A systematic approach to teaching sport. In M. Pieron & G. Graham (Eds.). Sport pedagogy. (109-116). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, Champaign, Illinois. (United States).
  • Crum, B. (1995). Muska’s claim reconsidered – The Spectrum or A Spectrum of Teaching Styles. Presented at the Muska Mosston Symposium. Wingate Institute, Israel. (Finland). [View PDF]
  • Curtner-Smith, M.D. (2001). Instrument for identifying teaching styles (IFITS). (United States). [View PDF]
  • Curtner-Smith, M.D., Hasty, D.L., & Kerr, I.G. (1998). Influence of national curriculum physical education on teachers’ use of productive and reproductive teaching styles. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Curtner-Smith, M.D., Hasty, D.L., & Kerr, I.G. (2001). Teachers' use of productive and reproductive teaching styles prior to and following the introduction of National Curriculum Physical Education. Educational Research. 43(3), 333-340. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Curtner-Smith, M.D., Todorovich, J.R., McCaughtry, N.A., & Lacon, S.A. (2001). Urban teachers' use of productive and reproductive teaching styles within the confines of the National Curriculum for Physical Education. European Physical Education Review. 7(2), 177-190. (United States). [View PDF]
Back
to Top