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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

Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education

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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

    232: Going Behind the Research w/Dr. Michael Hemphill & Dr. Kevin Richards

    232: Going Behind the Research w/Dr. Michael Hemphill & Dr. Kevin Richards

    This is a new "style" of episode that Dr. Kevin Richards from Univ of Illinois is hosting where he dives behind the research. This weeks guest is Dr. Michael Hemphill from UNC-Greensboro. Kevin and Michael discuss the article below:\

    Hemphill, M. A., Janke, E. M., Flores, S., & Gordon, B. (2021). Conflict and harm in the context of restorative school physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 41(1), 88-98.

    Here is the abstract of the article: 

    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the issues of conflict and harm in physical education within a school

    recognized for its exemplary restorative practices. Method: A single case study approach was employed to examine one

    restorative school in Wellington, New Zealand. The school was purposely selected to participate in this study based on its

    recognition for exemplary restorative practices. Participants included physical educators (n = 11), administrators (n = 4), and

    students (n = 25). Data sources included interviews, observations, and reflection documents. Data were analyzed using a

    collaborative qualitative approach. Results: Three qualitative themes described the context of restorative school physical

    education, types of harm that occurred, and how physical educators were positioned as central figures in creating a context where

    harm was addressed. Discussion: This study provides insights into restorative practices and has implications for teaching social

    and emotional learning skills.


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    231: Models Discussion w/Dr. Ash Casey

    231: Models Discussion w/Dr. Ash Casey

     Dr. Ash Casey from Loughborough University in the UK joins the podcast today. We’re here to chat about models based practice in a more conversational way. Today, we don’t have a specific paper to discuss, but I wanted to ask Ash a few questions about how his thinking has evolved about models over the years


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    230: Transitions in Academia w/Dr. Collin Webster

    230: Transitions in Academia w/Dr. Collin Webster

    Dr. Collin Webster comes on to discuss transitions in academia and shares his academic journey from international teacher to full professor at Univ of South Carolina and finally his transition to a new institution working for Univ of Burmingham in Dubai. 


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    229: AIESEP Connect on Meaningful PE

    229: AIESEP Connect on Meaningful PE

    This AIESEP connect discusses Meaningful PE research. The title is: trailblazing and way-making: possible pathways for meaningful PE research.

    The video of this session can be found on the www.aisesp.org website

    Discussion was led by Stephani Beni, Deirdre Ni Chroinin, and Tim Fletcher


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    228: Going behind the research with Dr. Karen Gaudreault

    228: Going behind the research with Dr. Karen Gaudreault

    Rather than providing a forum to discuss research that is conducted in health and physical education, the Going Behind the Research segment focuses on telling the stories that surround research we read in scholarly journals. Globally, the segment aims to humanize research by providing a forum to discuss the movies that draw researchers toward particular topics and studies, challenges and successes experienced along the way, and lessons learned that transcend individual journal publications (e.g., lessons learn that impact future research decisions). Each episode will feature an interview with one or member members of an authorship team. Including a brief overview of the study, the common interview guide (linked below) will be used to facilitate each individual conversation. The conversations will, however, be unique in that follow-up questions will address topics raised by each interviewee.

    This episode covers the following article and is hosted by Kevin Richards from the University of Illinois

    Gaudreault, K. L., & Woods, A. M. (2013). Factors leading to career frustration and exit: A case of a veteran physical educator. Journal of Physical Education and Sport Management, 4(4), 51-61.


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    227: It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People, Locker Rooms, and PA

    227: It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People, Locker Rooms, and PA

    Ali Greey (Twitter @AliGreey) joins us to discuss the article ‘It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People’s Locker Room Membership and Participation in Physical Activity. We discuss ways trans people navigate transphobia and cissexism in locker rooms and how their experiences in this context influence their participation in physical activity.

    Full Cite: Greey, A. D. (2022). ‘It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People’s Locker Room Membership and Participation in Physical Activity. Journal of homosexuality, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2022.2038968

    The article I discussed in the podcast: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/blog/shades-of-gray-sex-gender-and-fairness-in-sport/


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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

MoveMore99 ,

Great podcast for reflective teaching

A fantastic evidence-based podcast that wrestles with current issues and brings new research to light.

@mrmasonhpe ,

Thank You!

Just wanted to thank you for your contribution to the field. As an active health and PE teacher, I have always struggled to keep up with the new research within our discipline. This podcast has changed that. I am so incredibly grateful for it and am actively unpacking each episode to use it in my classroom. Thank you 10x over!!

- @mrmasonhpe

Dr. KLG ,

Innovative!

An innovative approach to getting important work out of the “ivory tower” and into the mainstream. I love these for undergraduate and graduate students because they are easily consumable. Fantastic contribution! Bravo!

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