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Learning in, through and about movement - Teaching research methods and research skills, engaging the imagination to develop creative and reflective thinkers.
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis. It explores firstly the value of placing the learner at the heart of their own learning. Secondly, it examines as a means of trying to do something different ...
Outdoor Adventurous Activities: The Learner's Voice and Learning in, through and about movement
This paper which has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis, explores the value of placing the learner at the heart of their own learning, whilst using the notion of learning in through and about movement as a ...
Rethinking the National Curriculum : The voices of children aged 10-11 years: Their views on physical education and the implications for practice in England.
This article was submitted in full support of the call by Dr Jo Harris in the summer 2018 edition of Physical Education Matters where Jo presents The case for Physical Education becoming a Core subject in the National Curriculum.
Sinking, Swimming, or just treading water. : The Olympic Legacy for London 2012- 4 Years on. Has it made a difference? Pupil Voice and an an analysis of Swimming Provision.
In what has become an issue of great concern to teachers (and parents) over the last 25 years, many children have been identified as not being able to swim at all, yet the National Curriculum in England states that all ...
Making a Difference? The Voices of Children aged 10 and 11 - Years old: : London 2012 and the Olympic Legacy
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis which looked specifically at the voices of year 6 children in the Olympic borough of Hackney in east London. Between the years of 2007 and 2010 the views and ...
The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old : their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis which looked specifically at the voices of year 6 children in the Olympic borough of Hackney in east London. The data collected contributes to an existing body ...