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We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support

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We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support

    166: SEL and PE, a Foreword by Dr. Joseph Durlak

    166: SEL and PE, a Foreword by Dr. Joseph Durlak

    I’m joined today by Dr. Joseph Durlak who is a legend in the SEL field. Dr Durlak has written the foreword to the upcoming book on SEL and we discuss that and how SEL in PE aligns with what the other part of the education field is doing. 

    We will launch one podcast each week on different chapters from this book on SEL in PE starting next Tuesday. They will air weekly on Tuesday's until the launch of the book July 1st. 

    This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.


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    165: “It has really amazed me what my body can now do” boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community.

    165: “It has really amazed me what my body can now do” boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community.

    Join Dr. Joanne Hill (@drjoannehill) from theUniversity of Bedfordshire, Bedford, UK to discuss her article with Rachel Sandford and Eimear Enright “It has really amazed me what my body can now do” boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community. We will talk about the process of the participants of a London-based dance school identified as a body positive space to challenge the gender boundaries of this environment in their practice.
    Twitter: @drjoannehill
    Full Cite: Hill, J., Sandford, R.A., Enright, E. (2016). “It has really amazed me what my body can now do”: boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community. Sport in Society, 19(5), 667–679. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2015.1073946

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    164: Pedagogy Seminar Tom Martinek

    164: Pedagogy Seminar Tom Martinek

    This pedagogy seminar led by Dr. Ben Dyson of UNCG features Dr. Tom Martinek 

    https://kin.uncg.edu/about-us/our-faculty/tom-martinek/

    Tom Martinek is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology. During his 40-year tenure at University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). Tom’s research has focused on the social and psychological dynamics of teaching and coaching. Tom has directed and taught in Project Effort which consists of after-school sport and leadership programs for underserved children and youth. The basis of his work has evolved from his past sequential research on teacher expectancy effects, learned helplessness, and resiliency of at-risk youth. He is also the advisor of the Community Youth Sport Development graduate program. Most recently, he has established an alternative high school (called a middle college) for at-risk students on UNCG’s campus.


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    163: AIESEP Connect May Optimising Social Media for Physical Activity Diet and Quality of Life

    163: AIESEP Connect May Optimising Social Media for Physical Activity Diet and Quality of Life

    This is the May 2021 recorrding of #AIESEPCONNECT  - Optimising  Social Media for Physical Activity Diet and Quality of Life: Lessons learned from Covid 19 led by:

    @VGoodyear

    @KMakopoulou_PE

    @aiesep


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    162:An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next.

    162:An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next.

    Dr James Rudd (@JamesRRudd) brings an overview of his article with Woods, Correia, Seifert, and Davids ‘An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next.’ We discuss the ecological dynamics framework to a ‘softer pedagogy’ with practical examples that transcends the PE journey from K-12 enabling children to lead a physically active life beyond the school gates.

    Twitter: @JamesRRudd

    Full Cite: Rudd, J., Woods, C., Correia, V., Seifert, L., & Davids, K. (2021). An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/17408989.2021.1886271


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    161: Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy w/Dr Carla Luguetti

    161: Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy w/Dr Carla Luguetti

    Dr. Carla Luguetti (@carlaluguetti) discusses her study that led to two articles with Loy Singehebhuye and Ramón Spaaij (@Ramon_Spaaij) Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy: Lessons learned from African Australian refugee background coaches in grassroots football and‘Stop mocking, start respecting’: an activist approach meets African Australian refugee-background young women in grassroots football. We will talk about the need for community-driven and culturally responsive pedagogies through the lens of African Australian refugee-background coaches ’pedagogies and an activist approach to co-create a sport program with [RM1] refugee-background young women[RM2] .

    Twitter: @carlaluguetti, @Ramon_Spaaij

    Full Cite: Luguetti, C., Singehebhuye, L., & Spaaij, R. (2020). Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy: Lessons learned from African Australian refugee-background coaches in grassroots football, Sport, Education and Society, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/13573322.2020.1865905

    Luguetti, C., Singehebhuye, L., & Spaaij, R. (2021): ‘Stop mocking, start respecting’: An activist approach meets African Australian refugee-background young women in grassroots football, Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2021.1879920

    [RM1]The football program seemed to be a connector of cultures…a common language.

    [RM2]Immigrants writing about immigrants.

    Did this program cost $?

    Life skills thru football


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