Reflection: from 'paper and pen' blogging to the web
Friday, 26 November 2010
A focus in the physical education and sport pedagogyresearch group has been on getting our new doctoral students to use blogging asa reflective tool. The challenge for these novice researchers/bloggers is towrite exactly 200 words once a week on ‘something’ of significance to them. Part... read more...
What has been said about Models-based practice?
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
I have talked before about model-based practice (i.e.alternative approaches to teaching in physical education that put the student’slearning at the top of the agenda and which seeks to align teaching, learningand content). I believe that these models-based approaches are the future ofteac... read more...
Challenges and Opportunities of using Game-Centered approaches to teaching, coaching and learning
Monday, 01 November 2010
Dr. Ashley Casey invited me to contribute a ‘blog’ about Game-Centered approaches to teaching, coaching and learning such as Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU), to his Practitioner Research Network website. As Armour (2010) has recently stated, sport pedagogy is a field wh... read more...
- Reflection: from 'paper and pen' blogging to the web
- What has been said about Models-based practice?
- Challenges and Opportunities of using Game-Centered approaches to teaching, coaching and learning
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