The Measurement of Understanding in Physical Education
by Thomas Kirk Cureton, Karl W. Bookwalter, Ruth Glassow & Harriett G. McCormick - 1946
The fundamental purposes of physical education are centered on understanding the nature of growth and physical development, understanding the methods of maintaining physical fitness according to individual needs in life, and understanding how to enjoy a lifetime of participation in sport for recreation and fuller living. All along, under good leadership, there are unusual, if incidental, opportunities for character building and personality expression.
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