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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 You are cordially invited to submit your published or unpublished Spectrum articles for consideration of inclusion on this page.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.

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  • Jackson, J.A., & Dorgo, S. (2002). Maximizing learning through the reciprocal style of teaching. Teaching Elementary Physical Education. 12(2), 14-18. (United States).
  • Jacoby, D. (1975). A comparison of the effects of command, reciprocal and individual styles of teaching on the development of selected sport skills. Dissertation Abstracts International. 36, 7272A-7273A. (United States).
  • Javanainen-Levonen, T. & Kärki, A. (2007). A case study from a sport pedagogical perspective in the bachelor-level training of physiotherapists in Finland. In P. Heikinaro & Johansson, R. Telama ja E. McEvoy (Eds.), AIESEP World Congress 2006 Proceedings: The role of physical education and sport in promoting physical activity and health (pp. 234-243). University of Jyväskylä, Department of Sport Sciences Research Reports No. 4. (Finland).
  • Jenkins, J. (1993-1995). Examination of Mosston’s practice, self-check, and inclusion styles of teaching on elementary aged learners (Thesis). School of Physical and Health Education, University of Wyoming. (United States).
  • Jenkins, J., Belcher, D., Ernst, M., McCullick, B., Rollerson, L., & Byra, M. (1994, November). Mosston’s Spectrum of Teaching Styles: Live presentation with learners. Presented at the annual Wyoming AHPERD Conference, Sheridan, WY. (United States).
  • Jenkins, J.M., & Byra, M. (1997). An exploration of theoretical constructs associated with the Spectrum of Teaching Styles. In F. Carreiro da Costa (Ed.),. Research on teaching and research on teacher education: What do we know about the past and what kind of future do we expect?. (pp. 103-108). Lisbon, Portugal: AIESEP. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Jenkins, J.M., & Todorovich, J.R. (2002). A powerful relationship with the national standards. Teaching Elementary Physical Education. 13(2), 19-21. (United States).
  • Johnson, P.W. (1982). A comparison of the effects of two teaching styles on tumbling skill acquisition of college students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. (United States).
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