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Koh, Koon Teck; Camiré, Martin; Lim Regina, Si Hui; Soon, Woo Sin – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2017
Background: There is growing evidence indicating that physical education and sport (PES) are environments that, when appropriately structured, can promote positive youth developmental outcomes. In recent years, a number of researchers working in PES have designed programs and interventions aimed at helping teachers and coaches teach life skills…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, Physical Education, Followup Studies, Foreign Countries
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Koh, Koon Teck; Ong, Shu Wen; Camiré, Martin – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2016
Background: Past research has shown that under the right conditions, youth can learn values through physical education and sport (PES). Although some programs have been developed using PES as a means to foster positive development, a limited amount of research has specifically addressed how stakeholders believe this type of material can be…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Values Education, Program Implementation, Athletes
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Fry, Joan Marian; Tan, Clara Wee Keat; McNeill, Michael; Wright, Steven – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2010
Background: Revisions of the Singaporean physical education (PE) syllabus in 1999 and 2006 included a conceptual approach to teaching games. The games concept approach (GCA), a form of constructivist pedagogy, was a distinct departure from the direct teaching methods traditionally used in the country. Following the GCA's introduction into a PE…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Student Teachers, Physical Education, Educational Change
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Griffin, Linda L.; Brooker, Ross; Patton, Kevin – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2005
Time and acceptance are criterion often used to measure the legitimacy and worth of an idea. Two decades have passed since the first publications that introduced Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a means to conceptualize games teaching and learning. For over two decades various professionals have advocated for TGfU as a sound idea, which…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Research Needs, Information Processing, Teaching Methods