Research Impact: This study conveys that Sport Education is a curriculum and instructional model lacking a thorough exploration that can establish an even more robust and sophisticated model. Appreciating the research conducted on Sport Education, we […]
Research Impact : The cautious climate in Ireland of teachers being involved in assessing students’ work is delaying the enactment of such curricula and, more specifically for this paper, currently hindering associated assessment processes. It is […]
Research Impact: Learning to teach SE and other curriculum and instructional models is more than learning how to deliver models of teaching. Subsequently, teacher educators need to allow for a continuing growth of understanding where […]
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.
As part of the PY4071 – Pedagogy of Outdoor Adventure Education module, led by Drs Missy Parker and Daniel Tindall, 1st year PE students participate in an OAE experience at the University of Limerick Activity […]
Congratulations to the fourth year Physical Education students who presented their final year projects in a poster session in PESS on Wednesday 26th April. The posters were on display all day and during this time […]
Research Impact: Entry into PE teaching in Ireland is highly sought after and competitive. Yet, there is a worrying trend that PE teachers, as they spend more time teaching in schools, seek to reduce the […]