Sport Education in Physical Education: Research Based Practice

Sport Education in Physical Education: Research Based Practice

Sport Education in Physical Education: Research Based Practice

Sport Education in Physical Education: Research Based Practice

Synopsis

Sport Education is an exciting approach to the teaching of PE. Sport Education: Research Based Practice presents teachers with a framework for developing units of work that will provide their students with challenging and enjoyable sporting experiences that involve them in an array of roles. In Sport Education students are not only players, they also become skilled and knowledgeable as captains, coaches, managers, match reporters and more. This book provides a complete guide to using the Sport Education model in PE and sport in schools including: *nbsp;key issues in PE such as inclusion, assessment, cross-curricular learning; citizenship and lifelong learning. * sport Education in the context og National Curriculum for Physical Education. * real world examples of how Sport Education has been used in both primary and secondary PE. * sport Education in the context of games, gymnastics, athletics, swimming, outdoors and adventurous activities. Sport Education is based upon original research and is the first collection of its kind. It will be an important resource for trainees, teachers and teacher educators looking to try Sport Education in their schools and training institutions.

Excerpt

In writing this book we faced notable dilemmas regarding terminology, due to inconsistencies internationally. We therefore begin by drawing attention to decisions that we made in this regard. The decisions were not easy and we are aware that some readers will have to realign themselves to unfamiliar terms. We hope, however, that any discomfort will be short lived and that the read will be an enjoyable one. Specifically, we use the term students to refer to the children and young people in schools. 'Pupils' appears in some instances where we quote directly from other sources using that term. The terms training teacher and beginning teacher are used to refer to university or tertiary students currently undertaking an initial teacher education course.

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