1st Edition

Learning and Teaching in Physical Education

Edited By Colin Hardy, Mick Mawer Copyright 1999
    248 Pages
    by Routledge

    252 Pages
    by Routledge

    Designed to fill the space of a course book for BA, PGCE and ITT courses in PE. This book brings together for the first time current thinking in Physical Education, together with research findings and examples of best practice. It caters for the growing pedagogical component of the many new PE and Sports Science courses, and will benefit students and teachers alike, providing content, structure and direction to their studies.

    Introduction, Colin A. Hardy, Mick Mawer; Part 1 The Context in Which Physical Education Teachers Work; Chapter 1 The Social Construction of Teaching and Learning, John Evans, Brian Davies, Dawn Penney; Part 2 Learning in Physical Education; Chapter 2 Pupils’ Interpretations of Physical Education, Christopher Laws, Richard Fisher; Chapter 3 Pupils’ Metacognition and Learning, Ian Luke, Colin A. Hardy; Chapter 4 Cognitive Strategies, Ian Luke, Colin A. Hardy; Part 3 The Teaching of Physical Education; Chapter 5 Teaching Styles and Teaching Approaches in Physical Education, Mick Mawer; Chapter 6 The Motivation of Pupils in Physical Education, Stuart Biddle; Chapter 7 Student Misbehaviours and Teachers’ Responses in Physical Education Lessons, Colin A. Hardy; Chapter 8 Instruction from a Learning Perspective, Judith E. Rink; Part 4 The Teacher of Physical Education; Chapter 9 Understanding Physical Education Teachers, C.Andrew Sparkes; Chapter 10 Knowledgeable Teachers in Physical Education, Tony Rossi, Tania Cassidy; Chapter 11 Teacher Thinking and Decision Making in Physical Education, David C. Griffey, Lynn Dale Housner; Part 5 The Future of Research in Physical Education; Chapter 12 Silver Bullets, Golden Visions, and Possible Dreams, Patt Dodds;


    Colin A. Hardy, Mick Mawer