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 […]
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.
Particularly intense way in the last decade, we (as academics) are being overwhelmed by a digital tsunami, advancing steadily and bringing technology into our daily work, because it is considered a natural amplifier of the […]
Professor Ann MacPhail is currently Head of the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences. View Ann’s profile here. I am passionate about a number of areas that drive my teaching and research in the […]
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 […]
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 […]
Physical education is an important part of young people’s education in senior cycle (SC/SCPE) resulting in confident and competent participants in various physical activity areas. As a result of effective physical education, young people will […]