How Can a Blended Learning Environment Enhance Job-Related Competencies of In-Service Physical Educators? –Development and Implementation of a Web-Based Video Analysis Service (EQUEL)

Thomas Borchert, Ralf Schloeffel Abstract A web-based video analysis service (EQUEL) will be developed with the aim of encouraging in-service physical education (PE) teachers to reflect on their own teaching practice and how they can develop it further. Moodle® will… Read More ›

A Time to Pause and Ponder

Chris Spencer, Peer Schrøder Daugbjerg Abstract In this paper the authors share experiences from teacher education in the UK and Denmark. They apply methodologies for supporting teacher students from initial exposure to the classroom setting, through training programmes and into… Read More ›

Project-based learning in initial teacher training curricula: Incorporating a visual method to enhance student agency and reflexive engagement in the learning process

Chris Warnock, Jill Duncan Abstract Project-based learning in initial teacher training curricula, considers the value of incorporating visual methodologies and sequential, phased learning to (re)conceptualise undergraduate assessment models. Sequential learning is introduced through a layered concept-mapping process upon a professional… Read More ›