#AIESEPConnect The Spectrum of Teaching Styles: A view to the future of research

You’re invited to attend the August #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleages discussion titled ‘The spectrum of teaching styles: A view to the future of research’ on August 26th at 1:30pm Central European Time (CEST).

The discussion will be led by the following presenters:

Mark Byra, Professor Emeritus, University of Wyoming, USA

Feng-Min Wei, Taipei Municipal Zhongshan Girls High School, Taiwan

Donetta Cothran, Professor, Indiana University, USA

Pamela Kulinna, Professor, Arizona State University, USA

Nikolaos Digelidis, Professor, University of Thessaly, Greece

Mark Byra, Professor Emeritus, University of Wyoming, USA

Mark Byra will briefly introduce the Spectrum of Teaching Styles (what it is, who uses it, and for what reasons) and briefly introduce the recently developed 501c3 non-profit organization, the Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning (its mission, activities initiated in 2022, and board members) in his presentation. 

Feng-Min Wei, Taipei Municipal Zhongshan Girls High School, Taiwan

This presentation will systematically review the research on the Spectrum for the past few decades. It will first delineate what we have known about the Spectrum and to what kinds of issues the Spectrum was related. In addition to framing current knowledge, this presentation will also prospect future inquiries into the Spectrum by tracing back Mosston’s envision for the Spectrum and its function of individualization.

Donetta Cothran, Professor, Indiana University, USA &

Pamela Kulinna, Professor, Arizona State University, USA

This presentation will briefly review a series of three related investigations conducted by our research team that broke new ground in exploring what styles were being used, by whom and what those individuals believed about the styles. We then expand that discussion to other researchers’ work around the central themes of our findings in an attempt to capture a more complete picture of The Spectrum decision making chain. Finally, new paths of inquiry will be suggested regarding The Spectrum and its use.

Nikolaos Digelidis, Professor, University of Thessaly, Greece

This presentation will focus on providing a view to the future of research, theoretical implications, and perspectives in relation with the use of the Spectrum of teaching styles in promoting lifelong physical activity and health.

We look forward to seeing you there! Join Zoom Meeting
https://deakin.zoom.us/j/83067727801

Meeting ID: 830 6772 7801
Password: 06671848

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