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Is teaching P.E. more than developing motor skills and fitness?

Teaching personal and social responsibility (TPSR) through physical education .

TPSR is an approach to teaching that explicitly aims to help students become more personally and socially responsible. Integral to the model are five goals, Respect; Effort; Self-direction; Caring; and the transfer of learning to other contexts (Hellison, 2011). Lessons are structured to allow students to experience these goals and to reflect on their own and others behaviours both within the group and individually.

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