1992．第20卷第1期（Vol. 20 No. 1）．pp. 6573
A Comparison of Role Perceptions of a Successful Physical Educator among Physical Educator Majors & Established Physical Educators in Hong Kong
Bik-Chu CHOW & Lobo LOUIE（周碧珠、雷雄德）
The intent of the researchers was to investigate whether there were relationships among the groups of first year, final year physical education majors, and the established physical educators on their perceived importance of 25 predetermined characteristics associated with successful teaching in physical education. The Physical Education Role Perception Instrument was utilized. A total of 217 subjects were surveyed. Results indicated that significant relationships of the overall agreement in the rankings of the statements among the three subject groups existed. Student teachers majoring in physical education were more aware of the knowledge in all aspects of the field whereas the established physical educators concentrated more on the instructional aspect of teaching and management of class discipline.