Programming around the jewels : threshold concepts in physical education

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McCall, Nichola
McKay, Anne
Thompson, Kylie
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2016-07
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New Zealand
secondary schools
health and physical education (HPE)
curriculum design and implementation
student engagement
secondary students
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McCall, N., Mckay, A., & Thompson, K. (2016, July). Programming around the jewels - Threshold concepts in Physical Education. Paper presented at National PENZ/EONZ/NHEA National Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
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How did we end up here? Wanted to think differently about course design – What is a ‘physically educated’ student? Concerned about an over-reliance on standards for course design Curiosity around scholarship (esp. students not taking PE) Pancake effect in interdisciplinary environments Concern that students physical education discipline knowledge is often siloed. Today we hope to: EXPLORE threshold concepts in PE together And CONSIDER the use of threshold concepts in senior PE course design
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