Gymnastic activities in school 1973-1974

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Göran Patriksson - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Bert Aggestedt - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Ulla Tebelius - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Description:

In 1972, the GAIS project, Gymnastics activities in school, was launched at the Institute of Education in Gothenburg. The project was the working title. The aim was to study primary student’s motoric conditions, interest and knowledge of sports in relation to their perception of gymnastics teaching and also impact from family, colleagues and the local community.

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Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Göran Patriksson - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Bert Aggestedt - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Ulla Tebelius - Göteborg School of Education, Department of Education

Identifiers:

SND-ID: SND 0002

Alternative title:

GAIS-projektet 1973-1974

Description:

In 1972, the GAIS project, Gymnastics activities in school, was launched at the Institute of Education in Gothenburg. The project was the working title. The aim was to study primary student’s motoric conditions, interest and knowledge of sports in relation to their perception of gymnastics teaching and also impact from family, colleagues and the local community.

Language:

Swedish

Geographic spread:

Geographic location: Sweden

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Time Method:

Sampling procedure:

Total universe/Complete enumeration

Funding:

National Swedish Board of Education

Publications

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Aggestedt, B. & Tebelius, U. (1977) Barns upplevelser av idrott. Göteborg Studies in Educational Sciences 23. Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis.
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Gymnastic activities in school 1973-1974

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