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Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Teaching Games for Understanding By Joy Butler
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By using Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a catalyst for thinking about ontological and epistemological issues in Physical Education, the teachers, researchers, and authors of this book... More > have become ambassadors for new ideas that challenge some of our entrenched educational values. We are proud to be able to share some of their pioneering research, which we believe will be of great interest to others in the field who are interested in constructivist, student-centred, and holistic approaches to teaching and learning in games education.< Less
Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Teaching Games for Understanding By Joy Butler
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By using Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a catalyst for thinking about ontological and epistemological issues in Physical Education, the teachers, researchers, and authors of this book... More > have become ambassadors for new ideas that challenge some of our entrenched educational values. We are proud to be able to share some of their pioneering research, which we believe will be of great interest to others in the field who are interested in constructivist, student-centred, and holistic approaches to teaching and learning in games education.< Less
Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Curricular and Pedagogical Innovations By Joy Butler
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For more than a century, formal education has been struggling to redefine itself in response to shifting societal needs, new research into human learning, and emergent understandings of how the world... More > works. Clearly it’s difficult to offer advice that is appropriately responsive across this range of influence. The collected chapters in this book manage to do that by discarding the popular habit of thinking about Physical Education in terms of opportunities to let off steam, or otherwise satisfy the needs of an easily distracted body. Rather, the gendered, acculturated, complex body serves as the site of possibility, thus framing hopeful, rich, and timely conceptions of learners, learning, and teaching.< Less
Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Curricular and Pedagogical Innovations By Joy Butler
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For more than a century, formal education has been struggling to redefine itself in response to shifting societal needs, new research into human learning, and emergent understandings of how the world... More > works. Clearly it’s difficult to offer advice that is appropriately responsive across this range of influence. The collected chapters in this book manage to do that by discarding the popular habit of thinking about Physical Education in terms of opportunities to let off steam, or otherwise satisfy the needs of an easily distracted body. Rather, the gendered, acculturated, complex body serves as the site of possibility, thus framing hopeful, rich, and timely conceptions of learners, learning, and teaching.< Less