Research Impact: The enactment of gender responsive pedagogical approaches has the potential to support learning for all students and foster gender equality within and beyond education systems. This study investigated teacher educators’ perceptions of gender […]
Tag: Teacher Education
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 […]
recruitment: Lecturer below the bar in Physical Education Teacher Education
APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR Lecturer below the bar in Physical Education Teacher Education, University of Limerick. Lecturer below the bar in Physical Education Teacher Education – Specific Purpose Contract. Salary Scale: €43,255 – €59,234 p.a. pro […]
Book Chapter: Supporting the continuum of teacher education through policy and practice: The inter-relationships between initial, induction and continuing professional development
Research Impact: This chapter explores the extent to which the delivery of the teacher education continuum, i.e., initial, induction and in-service/continuing professional development (rather than the delivery of each pillar as a sole entity) is […]
Challenging physical education preservice teachers’ thoughts through good pedagogy – dr. antonio calderon.
Recently, one of our research projects on pedagogies of physical education teacher education has been awarded as the paper of the year for one of the best physical education and sport pedagogy journals. The blended […]
Research Impact: There is a shift towards increased accountability and assessment in schools and this is echoed in an Irish context, with assessment a neglected area of study in teacher education programmes. The aim of […]
Publication: The perceived needs of teacher educators as they strive to implement curriculum change
Research Impact: The focus of this study was to explore teacher educators’ experiences as they prepared preservice teachers to implement a new physical education curriculum, and to identify their professional needs to support this work. […]
Learning to be a teacher in online only environments – Dr Antonio Calderón.
Recently, together with my colleagues Dr Mary Masterson and Ebru Boynuegri, we have presented at ESAI conference, some findings from the study where we explore teacher educators and student teacher experiences on online teaching and […]
Publication: Exploring Teacher Educators’ Perspectives of Play-Based Learning: A Mixed Method Approach
Research Impact: This study examined teacher educators’ perceptions of play-based learning in the context of university-based teacher education programmes in Palestine. Using a cross-sectional, multi-method design, we explored factors relating to teacher educators’ capability, opportunity […]
Publication: Seizing the opportunity to redesign physical education teacher education: blending paradigms to create transformative experiences in teacher education
Research Impact: Our intention in this paper has been to assist teacher educators who are being prompted consider teacher education paradigms, and associated pedagogical practices, that will be most effective in aligning with young people’s […]