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PE teachers’ competencies: which ones are considered as the most important and where are they acquired?

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  • Pe Teachers' Competencies
  • French Community Of Belgium
  • Physical Education
  • Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Psychology :: Education & Instruction [H04]
  • Sciences Sociales & Comportementales
  • Psychologie :: Education & Enseignement [H04]
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  • Education

Abstract

It is well accepted that teacher prepration is a long term process during which a large array of competencies are progressively developed. Since 2001, in the French Community of Belgium, a decree lists the competencies that teachers should develop to achieve their role within the educational system. This study aimed to identify competencies taht PE teachers consider as important and to determine, from their point of view, in which context these competencies are developed.

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