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Process and Product Evaluation

I would like your input on the differences between process and product evaluation. Can you give me examples of each type of evaluation? I would like your thoughts on the value of each type of evaluation. What do you think is the significance of focusing on the process in physical education? How will this information help me as a teacher to improve efficiency of student motor skills?
Any thoughts or input will be a great help.

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Process and product has to do with grading and stated objectives of physical education, you realize this, right? Before any teacher, as you know sets foot in a classroom, they must have an idea of their philosophy, goals, and methods they intend to use. Will it be teacher or learner centered in that class? Is your grading system to enhance learning and/or to meet goals/objectives? Will the final grade be on one dimension or a combination of cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills? How will you determine if your goals and objectives are being met? This might sound like a lot of questions but you need to reflect on these in determining your answer.

Learning processes foster interactions, decision making, problem posing and problem solving (Pangrazi & Beighle). For example, in games at any ...

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The processes and product evaluations are examined. How will this information help me as a teacher to improve efficiency of student motor skills is determined.

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