Research Impact: Effective teaching should demonstrate a match between what learners are intended to know and be able to do, the opportunities they receive to learn and practice, and how we assess for learning. In turn, this promotes more worthwhile and meaningful learning. The purpose of this paper is to add to the limited examples of practices that directly connect with the coherent alignment of learning outcomes, assessment and instructional practices in physical education teacher education (PETE) programmes. We do this by introducing instructional alignment as a practically plausible way in which to exemplify the coherent planning of learning outcomes, assessment and instruction.
MacPhail, A., Tannehill, D., Leirhaug, P.E., & Borghouts, L. (2021): Promoting instructional alignment in physical education teacher education, Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, DOI: 10.1080/17408989.2021.1958177