Mapping complexity perspectives on PE pedagogy: Developing a post-behaviourist paradigm


The turn to complexity within social sciences, and the debates around the idea of a complexity theory, has generated a range of theoretical frameworks for modeling and analyzing complex systems within a variety of domains.... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Tim Hopper (University of Victoria)
  2. Alan Ovens (The University of Auckland)
  3. Nicola Carse (University of Edinburgh)
  4. Jesse Rhoades (University of North Dakota)

Topic Area

• Transformative learning and teaching in physical education and sports pedagogy


PS6-B » Symposium (11:00 - Saturday, 28th July, Prestonfield, JMCC)

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