Part I: Building the Foundation of a Teaching for Learning Approach: Chapter 1. Developing Physically Literate People; Chapter 3. Examining Student Motivation. Part II: Teaching to the National Physical Education Standards: Chapter 5. Standard 2: Applying Concepts, Principles, Strategies, and Tactics; Chapter 7. Standard 4: Exhibiting Responsible Personal and Social Behaviour. Part III: Building the Curriculum: Chapter 9. Unit and Lesson Planning; Chapter 11. Curriculum Models. Part IV: Instruction and Assessment: Chapter 13. Developing Essential Teaching Skills. Part V Developing as a Professional: Chapter 15. 21st Century Skills in Physical Education; Chapter 16. Advocacy and Professional Development.
Planned publicity and reviews in various magazines including SEN and Physical Education Matters. Solus emails, inclusion in online newsletters and posted on Human Kinetics' Health and Fitness Blog.
Stephen Mitchell is a professor of physical education teacher education at Kent State University, Ohio. He has BS and MA degrees in physical education and education from Loughborough University and a PhD in education from Syracuse University, New York. Steve has coauthored four other books with Human Kinetics and has numerous refereed journal publications to his credit. Jennifer L. Walton-Fisette is an associate professor of physical education teacher education in the School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies at Kent State University. Her scholarship explores the critical examination of girls' lived experiences and embodied identities in physical education and physical activity through student voice, assessment and curriculum development.