2012
DOI: 10.5550/sgia.120801.en.021f
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Abstract: SUMMARYThe aim of this study is to analyse how Physical Education teachers in Portugal organise their lessons, taking into consideration the most valued lesson models. Moreover, we sought to understand the existing relationship between those practices, their experiences, attitudes and the influence of training schools, ie, the existing relationship between pedagogical work and a habitus, seen as a product of history and a defining principle of group and individual practices learned empirically in specific cont… Show more

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“…The present study looked at teachers with 10 plus years of experience versus those with less than 10 years’ experience, and it is possible that no significant difference was found with respect to the use of written plans because many of the teachers that were part of the less experienced group were beyond those early years of teaching. Thus, it is possible that many of these teachers in the present study had overcome those early career insecurities that Ferreira and Moreira (2012) suggest lead to an increased use of written plans.…”
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confidence: 93%
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“…The present study looked at teachers with 10 plus years of experience versus those with less than 10 years’ experience, and it is possible that no significant difference was found with respect to the use of written plans because many of the teachers that were part of the less experienced group were beyond those early years of teaching. Thus, it is possible that many of these teachers in the present study had overcome those early career insecurities that Ferreira and Moreira (2012) suggest lead to an increased use of written plans.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 93%
“…These results suggest that physical education teachers in Spain are employing planning as part of their teaching practice. This may not seem surprising considering researchers have repeatedly advocated the use of regular planning by physical education teachers (Arthur and Golder, 2020; Doan et al, 2017; Rink, 2010) and studies such as Ferreira and Moreira (2012) have reported that most physical education teachers agree that there are numerous benefits to developing adequate written plans. On the other hand, there have also been studies that reported physical educators, especially those in the early stages of their career, do not commonly complete written plans.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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