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 You are cordially invited to submit your published or unpublished Spectrum articles for consideration of inclusion on this page.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

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  • Salter, W.B. (1984). The effects of three disparate instructional approaches on skill attempts and student learning in an experimental teaching unit. Dissertation Abstracts International. 45(6), 1685-A. (United States).
  • Salter, W.B., & Graham, G. (1985). The effect of three disparate instructional approaches on skill attempts and student learning in an experimental teaching unit. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 4, 212-218. (United States).
  • Salvara, M., & Bironé, E. (2002). Teachers' use of teaching styles: A comparative study between Greece and Hungary. International Journal of Aplied Sports Sciences. 14(2), 46-69. (Hungary). [View PDF]
  • Salvara, M., Bognár, J., & Biro, E. (2003). The effect of Greek and Hungarian national curricula in the elementary schools teachers and learners interactions. Paper presented at VIIth IOC Olympic World Congress on Sport Sciences in Athens, Greece. (Hungary). [View PDF]
  • Salvara, M., LeBlanc,J., Bognár, J., & Biro, E. (na). The effect of postgraduate studies on elementary school physical education teachers’ perceptions for overall pupils’ development using ten teaching styles. Budapest & Canada. [View PDF]
  • Sanchez, B., Byra, M., & Wallhead, T. 2012. Students' preceptions of the Command, Practice, and Includion styles of teaching. Wyoming, USA. [View PDF]
  • Sanmuga, N. (2008). An investigation into school boys’ interest and game situation performances using TGFU model incorporated within styles B, E, and H of Mosston and Ashworth teaching styles as training regimes. Presentation at Teaching Games for Understanding International Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Malaysia). [View PDF]
  • Schlott, K.A. (1970). A comparison of two methods of teaching selected skills in field hockey. Completed Research in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 12, 226. (United States).
  • Shirey, L.L., Anderson, R.C., & Pichert, J.W. (1978). Active vs. passive time on task of Spectrum and non-Spectrum students. Unpublished manuscript. (United States). [View PDF]
  • Sicilia-Camacho, A., & Brown, D. (2008). Revisiting the paradigm shift from the versus to the non-versus notion of Mosston's Spectrum of Teaching Styles in physical education pedagogy: a critical pedagogical perspective. Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy. 13(1), 85-108. (Spain). [View PDF]
  • Silverman, S. (1985). Critical considerations in the design and analysis of teacher effectiveness research in physical education. International Journal of Physical Education. 22(4), 17-24. (United States).
  • Silverman, S. (1991). Research on teaching in physical education. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 62(4), 352-364. (United States).
  • Silverman, S., & Skonie, R. (1997). Research on teaching in physical education: An analysis of published research. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 16, 300-311. (United States).
  • Simpson, R. (2003). Does the teaching style selected in badminton affect the motor skill development and acquisition of female pupils. Unpublished manuscript, John Moore University, Liverpool. (Great Britain).
  • Simri, U. (ed.) (1997). . Muska – A biography of Dr. Muska Mosston. Herzlia, Israel: The friends of Muska Mosston. (Israel).
  • Snow, R.E. (1987). Aptitude-treatment interaction models. In M. J. Dunkin (Ed.),. The international encyclopedia of teaching and teacher education. (pp. 28-32). Pergamon Press. (United States).
  • SueSee, B., Ashworth, S., & Edwards, K. (2006). Instrument for collecting teachers’ beliefs about their teaching styles used in physical education: Adaptation of description inventory of landmark teaching styles: A spectrum approach. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. (Australia). [View PDF]
  • SueSee, B. & Edwards, K. (2009). Developing the descriptions of landmark teaching styles: A spectrum inventory. ACHPER International Conference 2009 - Issues in HPE Pedagogy. 155-165. (Australia). [View PDF]
  • SueSee, B. & Edwards, K. (2011). Self-identified and observed teaching styles of senior physical education teachers in Queensland schools. Presentation at The 27th ACHPER International Conference - Moving, Learning & Achieving, Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA, April 18-20,2011.. (Australia). [View PDF]
  • Sunay, H., Gundiiz, N., & Dolasir, S. (2004). The effects of different methods used in teaching basic volleyball techniques to physical education teacher candidates. International Journal of Physical Education. 41(1), 28-32. (Turkey). [View PDF]
  • Sweeting, T., & Rink, J.E (1999). Effects of direct instruction and environmentally designed instruction on the process and product characteristics of fundamental skill. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. 18, 216-233. (United States).
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