The complexities of reflective embodied physical education teacher education

  • Whewell, E. (Author)
  • Dr. Kristy Howells (Speaker)
  • Julie Pearson (Speaker)
  • Dr. Alison Murray (Author)

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

Description

The paper offers a future practice of hope, whereby all stakeholders investing; develop collective holistic agency. It addresses current linear media driven misconceptions and recognises how educators moved from ‘little grey boxes’, to teaching through student-centred, sense making activities, developing digital fluency and collaborate activities. It explores how embodied reflections were undertaken via active blended learning, using a variety of planned and emergent affordances; photography, video, and apps to increase social connectedness as well as personal accountability of learning. These interactions developed, constructed, reflected on and critiqued knowledge, to ensure the next generation of physical education teachers have the awareness to extend confidence and competence.
Period30 Jun 2009
Event titleAIESEP Scientific Congress 2021: Decending the Mountain:Exploring the inpact of research on pedagogy and practice
Event typeConference
LocationAlberta, Canada, Alberta
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • Embodiment
  • physical education
  • digital pedagogies