Graphics Package for Developmental Physical Education for All Children, Fourth Edition. This PowerPoint® presentation presents chapter-by-chapter lecture outlines.
• Learn teaching methods that focus on each child’s motor, cognitive, and affective development
• Use the accompanying CD-ROM to bring concepts to life with ready-to-use lessons, worksheets, and assessments
• Learn to teach fundamental movement skills through developmental games, dance, and gymnastics
• Learn how to apply the full spectrum of teaching styles used by highly effective teachers
Textbook for physical education and elementary education majors and faculty. Resource for physical education teachers and administrators.
David L. Gallahue, EdD, is dean of the school of health, physical education, and recreation at Indiana University. A former elementary school PE teacher, he has been a university professor for more than 30 years and has focused his career on children's motor development and movement skill learning.
As owner and director of Challengers Day Camp and after-school program for 20 years, he worked with children, trained beginning teachers, and experimented with the developmental approach. He was chair of both the Council on Physical Education for Children (COPEC) and the Motor Development Academy of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). He was elected to the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education and the North American Society for HPERD Professionals in recognition for his work with children and extensive influence in the field of children's physical education and motor development. He was recently recognized with an honorary professorship from the Chengdu Institute of Physical Education in China for his international efforts on behalf of children.
Dr. Gallahue earned his master's degree from Purdue University and his doctorate from Temple University.
Frances Cleland Donnelly, PED, is associate professor and assistant chair of the health and physical education teacher certification program at West Chester University. She has taught elementary physical education in private and public schools for 10 years and continues to teach children through her university position and research.
Dr. Donnelly served in COPEC from 1999 to 2002. She earned her master's and doctorate degrees in motor development, adapted physical education, and child development from Indiana University. She has published many articles in refereed journals related to critical thinking in K-12 physical education, assessment, dance, interdisciplinary teaching, and teaching methodology.