Research Impact: The benefits of physical activity (PA) are widespread for all children, including those with disabilities. However, despite these benefits children with disabilities continue to be restricted in their participation, have lower levels of […]
Research Impact: This study examined the ways teachers interact within a newly developed community to understand how conversations evolve; how teachers question, challenge, and/or encourage one another to grow professionally in a learning community. Bales’s […]
Research Impact: In this chapter, we deliberately attempt to reframe the “self” in self-study of professional practices by focus on how “self” can be conceptualized in ways that do not equate “self” with “I.” Drawing […]
AIESEP is an international research association for sport pedagogy. Each year the AIESEP Fellowship is awarded to an outstanding academic to: Recognize their scholarly excellence in research in physical education, physical activity and sport pedagogy […]
Book Chapter Publication: Parker, M., Patton, K. and Tannehill, D. “Professional development experiences and organizational socialization”. In: Richards, K.A.R., & Gaudreault, K. (2017). Teacher socialization in physical education. London: Routledge.
Brief Description: The purpose of this chapter is to share how curriculum models are used as part of the post-primary curriculum in Ireland and justify the particular use of one model of outdoor adventure education […]
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 […]