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Aghaei N, Saffari M, Hoseini F S. Recognition of professional competence of physical education teachers with grounded theory approach. Research in Sport Management and Motor Behavior. 2017; 7 (14) :71-83
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Physical education teachers are an essential component of Sports teaching in schools and as the founder exercise much influence on all the sports section of country, Recognition of professional competence necessary is their main purpose of this survey. This qualitative study and practices underlying theory (Grounded) was performed. The statistical population was included of elite physical education in schools and subjects was conducted by theoretical and snowball sampling. The tool of data collection was semi-structured interviews, and the data were analyzed from interviews to the underlying encryption method. Thus grouping codes revealed 50 components in four areas: emotional, skill, cognitive and behavioral. Emotional competence of interests and tendencies is essential for physical education teachers. competence of Professional Conduct visual behaviors by teachers for successful implementation of teaching physical education in schools, The cognitive competence, knowledge and mental skills is set in the identification and it will help teachers identify and analysis of issues related to education and Professional skills of teachers is concerned that part of the qualifications is the skills and abilities of teachers in the learning process.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: sport management
Received: 2016/09/22 | Accepted: 2017/01/18 | Published: 2018/02/7

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