Faculty Advisor

Dr. David McLaughlin

Start Date

28-4-2020 12:00 AM

End Date

28-4-2020 12:00 AM

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Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the positive and negative impacts that characteristics developed from being a student athlete can have on teaching practices in a classroom. Daily self-reflections and graphic organizers were used to observe situations that occurred in a third-grade general education classroom as a result of athlete acquired characteristics utilized. Findings showed that most characteristics developed from student athletes have a positive effect on teaching methods used in a classroom. Furthermore, this study goes to show that student athletes are taught valuable skills that can be used to effectively in a teaching profession.

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How has my experience as a student athlete impacted my teaching practices?

Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the positive and negative impacts that characteristics developed from being a student athlete can have on teaching practices in a classroom. Daily self-reflections and graphic organizers were used to observe situations that occurred in a third-grade general education classroom as a result of athlete acquired characteristics utilized. Findings showed that most characteristics developed from student athletes have a positive effect on teaching methods used in a classroom. Furthermore, this study goes to show that student athletes are taught valuable skills that can be used to effectively in a teaching profession.

 

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