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It was the purpose of this study to evaluate objectively the method of teaching men’s teams classes in physical education at Stockton College. A well organized instructional schedule consisting of elements from research versus the ‘free play’ method presents the problem in its varying aspects.
Both methods have been employed in the classes over a period of years and a committee has been organized to evolve a scientific approach as to content and teaching methods.
Stagnaro, Eugene Marion. (1950). An experimental study with college men to determine the effects of teaching method on the ability to learn volleyball skills. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1131
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