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References and resources

References specifically referred to or quoted from in the text are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Arnold, P. J. Sport, Ethics and Education. London: Cassell Education, 1997.

* Bilbrough, Norman. "Doing a Lovelock". And the Winner Is ... Choices series. Wellington: Learning Media, 1999. [book and audiotape]

* Hattie, John. Influences on Student Learning: Inaugural Professorial Address (1999).

Hawley, R. C. and I. L. Hawley. Human Values in the Classroom: A Handbook for Teachers. New York: Hart Publishing Co, 1975.

Hinchcliff, J. Values Integrating Education: An Exploration of Learning in New Zealand. Pukekohe, NZ: Mirilea Press Ltd, 1997.

* International Olympic Committee. Olympic Charter. Switzerland: International Olympic Committee, 2000.

Johnson, D. W. and R. T. Johnson. Learning Together and Alone: Cooperative, Competitive, and Individualistic Learning. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999.

* Joyce, B., E. Calhoun, and D. Hopkins. Models of Learning: Tools for Teaching. Buckingham: Open University Press, 1997.

* Joyce, B. and M. Weil. Models of Teaching. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1996.

* Kraft, R. J. and J. Kielsmeier, eds. Experiential Learning in Schools and Higher Education. Iowa: Kendall/Hunt, 1995.

* Lemin, M., H. Potts, and P. Welsford, eds. Values Strategies for Classroom Teachers. Victoria: ACER, 1994.

* Luckner, J. L. and R. S. Nadler. Processing the Experience: Strategies to Enhance and Generalize Learning. Iowa: Kendall/Hunt, 1997.

* McBride, Ron E. "Critical Thinking – An Overview with Implications for Physical Education". Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 11 (1992), pp. 112–125.

* McBride, Ron E. "Critical Thinking in Physical Education ... An Idea Whose Time Has Come!". Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. August 1995, pp. 22–23.

McNamee, M. J. and S. J. Parry, eds. Ethics and Sport. London: E & FN Spoon, 1998.

* Ministry of Education. Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (1999). Wellington: Learning Media, 1999.

* Ministry of Education. The New Zealand Curriculum Framework. Wellington: Learning Media, 1993.

Mosston, M. and S. Ashworth. Teaching Physical Education. New York: Macmillan, 1994.

New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association. The Olympic Education Kit. Wellington: New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association, 1996. (Copies were sent to most schools.)

New Zealand Olympic Committee. The Olympic Experience: New Zealand Games Team, Sydney 2000. Wellington: New Zealand Olympic Committee Inc., 1999.

* New Zealand Olympic Committee. Understanding Olympism. Wellington: New Zealand Olympic Committee, 2000.
This book is to be printed in 2000; copies will be distributed to all schools.

Shields, D. L. and B. J. L. Bredemeier. Character Development and Physical Activity. Champaign: Human Kinetics, 1995.

* Siedentop, D., C. Mand, and A. Taggart. Physical Education: Teaching and Curriculum Strategies for Grades 5–12. California: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1986.

* Sullivan, Jillian. "Speech Final". And the Winner Is ... Choices series. Wellington: Learning Media, 1999. [book and audiotape]


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This is the online version of Attitudes and Values: Olympic Ideals in Physical Education, in the Curriculum in Action series published 2000 for the Ministry of Education by Learning Media, Box 3293, Wellington.

The Ministry of Education would like to thank all those who contributed to the development of the book Attitudes and Values: Olympic Ideals in Physical Education, in particular the principal writer, Lorna Gillespie, and the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

The New Zealand Olympic emblem in the Developing Care and Concern section is included with the permission of the New Zealand Olympic Committee. The Olympic Truce in the Possible Learning Experiences section, and the Olympic symbol are reproduced with the consent of the International Olympic Committee.