Theory Breakdown 6: TPSR (Teaching Personal & Social Responsibility) with Dr. Paul Wright

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Nov 27, 20189m
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Theory Breakdown 6: TPSR (Teaching Personal & Social Responsibility) with Dr. Paul Wright
Nov 27 '189m
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This podcast introduces the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) model. Dr. Wright introduces the model that was created by his mentor Don Hellison. This impactful model has been widely researched and is one of the core curriculum models being implemented in physical education. This podcast aligns with Episode 13 as Dr. Wright discusses the TARE instrument that was designed to measure practice that uses TPSR. Dr. Wright is a professor at Northern Illinois University and specializes in the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) instructional model. His scholarship is very applied and relates directly to fields such as positive youth development, social and emotional learning, and sport for development. He also has interests in policy and program evaluation as it relates to youth sport and physical activity.

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