The self-study of physical education practices: A methodology for empowering practitioners and supporting professional learning


In this symposium we discuss self-study as a reflexive methodology for researching teaching and teacher education practices. We argue that, as a methodology, self-study brings sensitivity to the importance of the embodied... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Alan Ovens (The University of Auckland)
  2. Tim Hopper (University of Victoria)
  3. Chris North (University of Canterbury)
  4. Paul Mcmillan (University of Edinburgh)
  5. Nicola Carse (University of Edinburgh)

Topic Area

• Transformative learning and teaching in physical education and sports pedagogy


PS1-B » Symposium (08:30 - Thursday, 26th July, Prestonfield, JMCC)

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