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Carse, Nicola; Jess, Mike; Keay, Jeanne – European Physical Education Review, 2018
In recent years, primary physical education has received increased attention across a range of political, professional and academic contexts. Much of this attention has largely been due to a growing perception that formative physical education experiences have the potential to address many of the concerns regularly raised about children's health…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Well Being, Physical Activities, Elementary School Students
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Miller, Andrew; Christensen, Erin; Eather, Narelle; Gray, Shirley; Sproule, John; Keay, Jeanne; Lubans, David – European Physical Education Review, 2016
The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a pilot intervention using a game-centered approach for improvement of physical activity (PA) and physical education (PE) outcomes simultaneously, and if this had an impact on enjoyment of PE. A group-randomized controlled trial with a 7-week wait-list control group was conducted…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Physical Education, Physical Activities, Educational Games
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Keay, Jeanne – European Physical Education Review, 2009
This article draws on and develops the outcomes of previous research which concluded that school subject departments provide the setting for influential professional development and that experienced teachers strongly influence their newly qualified colleagues. The findings of two subsequent research projects, which used this as a starting point,…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, Teaching (Occupation), Professional Development, Beginning Teachers
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Keay, Jeanne – European Physical Education Review, 2007
This paper draws on data from a longitudinal research project, under taken with newly qualified teachers of physical education (PE), to consider ways in which experienced teachers influence the professional development of their less experienced colleagues. It examines claims that the subject has been "masculinized" and considers the outcomes of…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Interviews, Beginning Teacher Induction, Questionnaires