Philosophical bases for physical education / Charles Harold McCloy.

New York: F.S. Crofts and Company, [1947] .

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Subjects Physical Education and Training.
Physical education and training.
Series Crofts physical education series.
Description xiii, 311 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1947]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This volume endeavors to present many sides of a philosophy of physical education, to present some things that are new, and to retain many of the old ideas that seem to me to be still sound. -from Preface
Contents The case for physical education -- New wine in new bottles -- Forgotten objectives of physical education -- How about some muscle? -- In quest of skills -- Are there any fundamentals in physical education? -- What price progress? -- Physical education and democracy -- Physical education and civilization -- Some applications of psychology to the teaching of physical activities -- The relation of physical education to certain mild forms of psychpathology -- The project method of teaching physical education -- Character-building through physical education -- Physical education at the psychological crossroads -- Some problems of posture -- A study of landing shock in women's jumping -- The next ten years in physical education.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)566375
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