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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.

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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.

    BONUS: Teaser to a series of doctoral seminars in HPE on creative pedagogies

    BONUS: Teaser to a series of doctoral seminars in HPE on creative pedagogies

    Have you ever considered what it’s like being in a doctoral seminar? Maybe you have been in one before and you have fond memories of discussing challenging ideas and having your beliefs pushed…Maybe you miss it?

    Well... we’re doing it. Ben Dyson (UNC-Greensboro) has recorded his doctoral seminar on pedagogy in PE… it will launch starting June 16th RIGHT HERE on the podcast…it will just pop up like the other episodes… we will put these recordings out twice a month over summer and continue on when the academic year starts in the Northern Hemisphere.

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    97: Cooperative learning through Dewey’s educational theory

    97: Cooperative learning through Dewey’s educational theory

    Cooperative learning has been around for a while. It has been used in classrooms and gyms around the world, but how educational is it? Is it a destination or a journey? Join Dr. Casey and Dr. Quennerstedt to discuss their paper that revisits the educative root of cooperative learning through a Deweyan lens.

    You can find the full cite here:

    Casey, A.,   & Quennerstedt, M.(2020) Cooperative learning in physical education encountering   Dewey’s educational theory. European   Physical Education Review. 1-15

    Follow Ash Casey’s blog here: http://www.peprn.com/

    Find the cooperative learning videos Ash has produced here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7evhFU3VJc

    Social media here:

    @DrAshCasey

    @MQuennerstedt

    @KARRichards14

    • 47 min
    96: The Irish Post Primary Curriculum

    96: The Irish Post Primary Curriculum

    Dr. Stephen Moore (@SMoore182) comes on to discuss the new Irish Post Primary Curriculum that has been in the words since 1999. This is an innovative, forward thinking and really well designed curriculum that has a lot to offer those who are in curriculum design in HPE. 

    Check out Episode 81 to listen to the Irish Primary Curriculum.

    Contacts

    Website: www.peai.org

    Email: info@peai.org

    Twitter: @PEAI_IRELAND

    Facebook: @peaiireland

    Instagram: peaiireland

    Stephen Moore

    Twitter: @SMoore182

    Links:

    Leaving Certificate Physical Education Specification (Examinable):

    https://www.curriculumonline.ie/getmedia/41817053-8f40-4365-8893-dba1a68508f3/LCPE_Specification_en.pdf

    Senior Cycle Physical Education (Non-examinable)

    https://curriculumonline.ie/getmedia/bc195f63-5ba0-4053-92f0-2796fefa23c5/SCPE_Framework_en.pdf

    • 39 min
    95: The New Zealand Aotearoa HPE Curriculum

    95: The New Zealand Aotearoa HPE Curriculum

    Kirsten Petrie (@KirstenPetrie) comes on to discuss the innovative, forward thinking and theory rooted HPE curriculum of New Zealand. This is a great example of how a country roots its education system within society, culture, and pays respect to the indigenous people in the country. There is a lot to learn from their approach! 

    Follow all things NZ PE @PENZ_TeAoKori

    • 46 min
    94: PETE Collaborative Part 2

    94: PETE Collaborative Part 2

    What are we prepared to be held accountable for and to whom?

    This and many other questions are highlighted in our 2nd PETE collaborative, a group of PETE educators from around the USA and some from abroad that come together to talk about issues that are important to us. If you haven’t listened to the first one, it’s in the feed as Ep 87.

    We had some panelists on this one including Jen Walton Fisette, Hal Lawson, Michael Hemphill, and Helena Baert.

    This podcast picks up once we get to the discussion about how the pandemic will affect PETE in general and in overall in higher education..

    • 35 min
    93: Article Club 6: PE and the art of teaching

    93: Article Club 6: PE and the art of teaching

    The paper is the José María Cagigal Scholar Lecture presented at the AIESEP World Congress in Edinburgh 2018 by Dr. Mikael Quennerstedt. 

    Risto (@ristomarttinen) is joined by Michael Hemphill, Kevin Richards and our newest member of our article club Dr. Erin Centeio from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (@ecenteio).

    We discuss Mikael's paper and other topics related to the concepts he brings up like how to put the E into PE, and maybe why NOT to put the E in PE during the COVID pandemic. 

    Here is the link to the open access article https://t.co/gptc9LDEi9?amp=1 

    And the full cite:

    Quennerstedt, M. (2019). Physical education and the art of teaching: transformative learning and teaching in physical education and sports pedagogy. Sport, Education and Society, 24(6), 611-623.

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 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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