Don Hellison's life and legacy: Introduction to the special issue
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Journal of Teaching in Physical Education
Don Hellison (1938-2018) was a leader and trailblazer in sport and physical education pedagogy. Early in his career, he was an advocate for humanistic physical education. His engaged approach to scholarship culminated in the development of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) model, which is now recognized as a best practice for promoting social and emotional learning in physical education. The TPSR model has also been widely applied in the field of sport-based youth development. This is the introduction to the special issue devoted to Don's life and legacy. It provides opening comments from the guest editors and a brief overview of the articles in the special issue.
Humanistic physical education, Personal and social responsibility, Social and emotional learning, Sport-based youth development, Tribute
Wright, Paul M. and Walsh, David, "Don Hellison's life and legacy: Introduction to the special issue" (2020). NIU Bibliography. 456.
Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KNPE)