Why train fasted? Training in the fasted state has been practised by athletes for various reasons for centuries. Most early adopters likely pursued fasted training based on the fact that they trained early in the […]
Co-creating a preparatory policy engagement programme for quality physical education – Dr. Jenna r. lorusso.
Physical education, when provided in a quality form, can develop healthy, active, and engaged citizens who form the basis of sustainable development (UNESCO, 2021). However, the potential of quality physical education is not currently being […]
Publication: Sleep and Nutrition in Athletes
Research Impact: Despite the documented evidence to support the benefits and importance of sleep in promoting physical and mental recovery and performance in athletes it is clear from the current literature that sleep inadequacy has […]
Publication: European fitness landscape for children and adolescents: updated results from 34 countries gathered by the FitBack network
Research Impact: This paper explores the European fitness landscape for children and adolescents. It provides the most up to date reference values, fitness maps and country ranking based on nearly 8 million test results from […]
Digital technology in physical education symposium #DiTePES – DR. Antonio Calderón.
Recently, together with my colleagues Dr Mary Masterson and Ebru Boynuegri, I have presented at #DiTePES Symposium that took place October 20-21, 2022. The recorded presentation can be seen in the link below: Calderon et […]
Encouraging Students to Co-Construct and Co- and Self-Regulate Their Learning Within a Cooperative Learning Environment in Physical Education – andré moura, ann mac phail, amandio graca, paula batista.
Nowadays, there is the belief that learning is not a linear process where everything taught is learned, and where assessment, when used meaningfully, can improve students’ learning. This line of thought supports the belief that […]
“Getting in the Room” Highlights from the Physical Activity for Health Winter School – Aidan J. Buffey.
Last week saw the second Physical Activity for Health (PAfH) training school, and the first winter school, hosted and facilitated by the PAfH research cluster. The training course, titled “Physical Activity Policy and Intervention Evaluation […]
Publication: “One Good Idea” A Physical Education Teacher Education Project Advocating for LGBTQ + Students in School Physical Education
Research Impact: This article is co-written by teacher educators and pre-service teachers, and shares practical examples of how to design and enact a ‘One Good Idea’ project titled: ‘How We Can All Be Allies’. This […]
Publication: The Impact of Typical School Provision of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sports on Adolescent Physical Activity Behaviors: A Systematic Literature Review. Adolescent Research
Research Impact Summary: The relationship between typical school provision of physical education, physical activity and sports was found to be multifaceted. In the context of physical education, the provision of regular physical education class, extension […]
Publication: Developing teacher candidates’ professional advocacy skills through persuasive storytelling
Research Impact Summary: In this article, a structure for how to craft persuasive stories is provided (i.e., the Narrative Policy Framework tenets of: establishing a plot, casting a set of characters, and highlighting a clear […]