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The article reports on changes in physical education in the former East Germany. The article considers changes over two periods. Firstly, the period November 1984-October 1990, when the GDR still existed, and internal reforms were demanded which led to a new physical education curriculum. Secondly, ...

Author(s)
Naul, R.
Citation
British Journal of Physical Education, 1992, 23, 4, pp 14-19
Abstract

Physical educators of the former GDR are undergoing an assessment and evaluation of their work. New teaching concepts are being studied and tested, and approved concepts examined and further developed. The article uses a physical education lesson to show how, on the basis of an approved order and...

Author(s)
Porschütz, W.
Citation
Sportunterricht, 1991, 40, 10, pp 377-381
Abstract

The objectives and content of the physical education curriculum in the GDR from its beginning in 1946 up to the unification of Germany in 1990 are investigated. The aim is to pinpoint the changes that have taken place over the period and to highlight the nature of the reforms which were first...

Author(s)
Helmke, C.; Naul, R.; Rode, J.
Citation
Sportunterricht, 1991, 40, 10, pp 382-394
Abstract

The sporting achievements of the former GDR rendered it clear that in order to attain the dual goals of nation-building and a national consciousness, a systematic network of seeking out, screening and development of talent was established. However, this is only one part of the explanation for,...

Author(s)
Hardman, K.
Citation
British Journal of Physical Education, 1990, 21, 2, pp 281-283
Abstract

A modern sports curriculum must pay conscious attention to the future living style of the pupils. This makes it more important to try and forecast the long term effect on the sports teachers' daily work. Two-year long trials in the design of sports instruction in East German schools and its...

Author(s)
Sass, I.; Mirow, U.
Citation
Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität Rostock, Gesellschaftswissenschaftliche Reihe, 1990, 39, 6, pp 9-14
Abstract

The sports education in the various types of West German secondary schools is described. Rather more school time is devoted to physical education than in East German schools and facilities are also provided for out of school activities. Important trends in this type of education include increasing...

Author(s)
Bäskau, H.
Citation
Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität Rostock, Gesellschaftswissenschaftliche Reihe, 1990, 39, 6, pp 139-147
Abstract

Plans in the GDR to modify the curriculum and syllabuses throughout its centrally administered education system are reported. The modifications, to be introduced in 1989, have involved physical education. Events leading up to the new initiatives are briefly described, revealing the comprehensive...

Author(s)
Baskau, H.
Citation
Physical Education Review, 1988, 11, 2, pp 133-140
Abstract

The historical development of physical education as an academic subject in Germany is traced, with an overview of some of the major contributions to the historiography of sport in the postwar Democratic and Federal Republics of Germany. The list of references provides a useful guide to developments ...

Author(s)
Krüger, A.
Citation
Physical Education Review, 1987, 10, 2, pp 145-151