Health related fitness knowledge growth in middle school years: Individual and school level correlates

Category: Physical EducationTopic: All
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Health and PE in schools are positioned to play a key role in nurturing students with knowledge and behaviors associated with living a healthy lifestyle. Scholars recently have contended that physical and cognitive experiences in PE should extend beyond observable changes in movement (e.g., engagement in PA) and lead to knowledge gain that can be applied to other times and contexts. As such, promoting Health-related fitness knowledge (HRFK) through learning tasks and physical movement is an essential goal in PE.

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