Research Impact: This editorial emphasises the importance of designing instructionally aligned lessons, units of work, and an exciting and challenging physical education curricula that are informed by student voice. Instructionally aligned teaching demonstrates a match between what students are intended to know and be able to do, the opportunities they receive to learn and practice, and how they are assessed for learning. When young people are actively engaged in the curriculum and instructional design process the result is deep and worthwhile learning that encourages young people to persevere in choosing to live an active life through enjoyable and success oriented learning.
Tannehill, D. (2017). Editorial: Engaging young people in active learning through instructionally aligned lessons. Culture, Science, and Sport Journal.