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Celina Salvador-Garcia; Oscar Chiva-Bartoll; David Hortigüela-Alcalá – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Although the educational intentions of content and language integrated learning (CLIL) seem to be perspicuous, how to put them into practice in different subjects is not so clear-cut. In addition, critical voices within the physical education (PE) arena claim that CLIL may jeopardise the subject. Therefore, CLIL needs to be adjusted in order to…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Content and Language Integrated Learning, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Characteristics
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Christopher J. Kinder; Victoria N. Shiver; K. Andrew R. Richards; Amelia Mays Woods; Casey Liane Cushing – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Occupational socialization theory has been extensively applied to study the recruitment, professional preparation, and ongoing socialization of inservice physical education teachers. Less is known, however, about the socialization of physical education teacher education (PETE) faculty members. This qualitative panel study aimed to understand early…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Education Programs
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Brett Wilkie; Pablo José Santana Cáceres; Joaquín Martín Marchena; Alastair Jordan – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Current physical literacy recommendations include a focus on enhancing teachers' knowledge and understanding of the concept. This paper explores whether physical education (PE) practitioners in a country where physical literacy is not foregrounded in educational practice are naturally aligning their approach towards the creation of learning…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Behavior, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Carl-Emil Marstrander Askildsen; Knut Løndal – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Teachers are designers and an essential act of the profession is the crafting of learning experiences to meet specific purposes. In this study, we follow a Norwegian physical education (PE) teacher in the design and teaching of a unit informed by a pedagogical model called the practising model (PM). Two research questions guided the study: (1) How…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers, Units of Study, Instructional Design
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Jamie Jacob Brunsdon – European Physical Education Review, 2024
The concept of models-based practice has arguably provided the field of sport pedagogy with the means, lens, and tools with which to start to transform the discipline into a more desirable, equitable, and purposeful space. Despite this, there remains a need to experiment with this concept further in non-traditional ways and to continue to…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Ethical Instruction, Values Education, Models
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Océane Cochon Drouet; Nicolas Margas; Valérian Cece; Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Jigsaw is an attractive cooperative method for implementing physical education (PE). However, Jigsaw is a demanding method for students and teachers and requires time. Thus, the time required for the implementation of Jigsaw is important with respect to its potential effects on students. Previous findings regarding the effects of Jigsaw on…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Physical Education, Gender Differences, Physical Activity Level
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Eishin Teraoka; Félix Enrique Lobo de Diego; David Kirk – European Physical Education Review, 2024
This study aims to investigate the complexity of the practices of pedagogies of affect in physical education in response to urgent mental health issues among children and young people. As a proxy for measuring the effects of pedagogies of affect on pupils' outcomes, self-determination theory (SDT) has informed teaching approaches for student…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Teacher Student Relationship, Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers
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Tania Rudd; Kirsty Hemingway; Benjamin Kirk; Anthony Maher – European Physical Education Review, 2024
There is an ever-growing body of research relating to disabled pupils' experiences of physical education (PE). However, our research is novel because it draws on an ableism-critical perspective to amplify the voices and centre the PE experiences of pupils with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). We used an online survey to gather quantitative and…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Chronic Illness, Students with Disabilities, Student Participation
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Shane Pill; Brendan SueSee; Michael Davies – European Physical Education Review, 2024
This paper provides a rationale for The Spectrum of Teaching Styles (The Spectrum) as a pedagogical model in teaching physical education (PE). Building on prior discussions/debates (SueSee et al., 2021), we will contest the view that the concept of teaching styles is different from that of a pedagogical model. In doing so, we highlight the most…
Descriptors: Teaching Styles, Physical Education, Teaching Models, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Anoek M. Adank; Dave H. H. Van Kann; Lars B. Borghouts; Stef P. J. Kremers; Steven B. Vos – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Enjoyment in primary physical education (PE) is a key factor in increasing children's physical activity engagement in PE and leisure time. While existing PE research has largely focused on a motivational PE climate and meaningful experiences in PE, research on children's perceptions of enjoyable teaching practices (TPs) in PE is limited.…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Psychological Patterns, Elementary School Students, Physical Education
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Angélica María Sáenz-Macana; Sofía Pereira-García; Javier Gil-Quintana; José Devís-Devís – European Physical Education Review, 2024
The purpose of this study was to review academic papers on the experiences of binary and non-binary trans people in physical education (PE), published between January 2000 and August 2022. The selection process yielded 16 articles from Brazil, the UK, Spain, Canada, Finland, Ireland, New Zealand, and the USA. The discussion focuses on five themes…
Descriptors: Sexual Identity, Student Experience, Physical Education, LGBTQ People
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James D. Wyant; Edward B. Olsen; Brooke Towner; Adam Keath; Jingyang Huang; Wesley Meeteer; Emi Tsuda; Lyndsay Burneisen – European Physical Education Review, 2024
The purpose of this study was to explore elementary physical education teachers' perceptions toward prominent socializing agents (e.g. students, administrators, and parents/guardians) and related factors during the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 15 elementary physical education teachers participated in semi-structured interviews. Using conventional…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Experience
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Justin A. Haegele; Steven K. Holland; Wesley J. Wilson; Anthony J. Maher; T. N. Kirk; Aaron Mason – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Universal design for learning (UDL) has been advocated for by adapted physical education scholars as a panacea to the challenges associated with teaching disabled and nondisabled students together in physical education. So much so that UDL currently occupies a privileged and largely unquestioned position in adapted physical education scholarship…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Inclusion, Physical Education, Students with Disabilities
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Niki Tsangaridou; Charalambos Y. Charalambous; Ermis Kyriakides – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Although in recent years there has been growing attention on how preservice classroom teachers (PCTs) learn to teach physical education (PE), it is still unclear if there are differences between PCTs who choose a PE specialization and those who do not. Investigating such differences could provide insights about the potential role of a PE…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Experience, Physical Education, Specialization
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Takafumi Tomura; Takahiro Sato; Ryan T. Miller; Yu Furuta – European Physical Education Review, 2024
The purpose of this study was to analyse Japanese elementary school teachers' learning experiences during professional development (PD) regarding immigrant parental involvement in physical education (PE) at public schools in Japan. Based on andragogy theory, this study used an explanatory case study research design. Nine Japanese elementary…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Teaching Experience, Electronic Learning
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