CE  Vol.6 No.1 , January 2015
Comparative Study of Physical Education Students Teachers Style Interventions Teaching Styles Skill
ABSTRACT
The first classroom experiences are essential to learn how to teach. Anxiety and doubts related to their abilities to teach are the main characteristics that define the novice teachers (Scott, 1995). The aim of the research is to study the educational intervention of the physical education student teachers (PEST) and their evolution in the period of the preparation training for the professional life from the perspective of teaching s that they used. Participants who had accepted to participate in this study were physical education students registered at high institute of sports and physical education in Tunisia (ISSEP). All were young males (21 ± 1 years old) enrolled in an introductory course to professional life, what we call in Tunisia introductory course to practice pedagogy (introductory practicum applied to pedagogy), where share of the curriculum was of the last year of the fundamental of physical education license. This professional learning activity was held in three high schools with mixed age classes (12 - 14 years old pupils) of a rural area in Tunis. The activity lasted two semesters, four hours per week on Tuesday or Thursday for a cumulative total time of 116 hours of teaching. A macro analysis of the results showed that the preferred s by PEST were command , practical and reciprocal (Table 1). The micro analysis of each of these s indicated that ten sessions (62.5%) had been conducted with the command of teaching, four (25%) with the practical teaching , and only two (12.5%) with the reciprocal teaching . Finally, this study shows that the plurality teachers prefer teaching with the of command that represents the lower limit of individualization; autonomy and creativity as the teacher centers his intervention on its own activities and not on the activity of the student.

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Bali, N. and Souissi, K. (2015) Comparative Study of Physical Education Students Teachers Style Interventions Teaching Styles Skill. Creative Education, 6, 100-113. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.61009.
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