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  • Barker, Dean, 1977-, et al. (författare)
  • What Would Physical Educators Know About Movement Education? A Review of Literature, 2006–2016
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Quest. - 0033-6297 .- 1543-2750. ; 69:4, s. 419-435
  • Forskningsöversikt (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This review article identifies the conceptual underpinnings of currentmovement research in physical education. Using a hermeneuticapproach, four analogies for movement education are identified:the motor program analogy, the neurobiological systems analogy, theinstinctive movement analogy, and the embodied exploration analogy.Three issues related to logical consistency and its relevance for movementeducation are raised. The first relates to tensions between theanalogies and educational policy. The second concerns differencesamong the four analogies. The third issue relates to the appropriatenessof specific analogies for dealing with certain movement contexts.In each case, strategies for improvement are considered. Thearticle concludes with a brief summary, along with reflections onissues that require further attention.
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  • Bergentoft, Helene, 1964- (författare)
  • Lärande av rörelseförmåga i idrott och hälsa ur ett praktikutvecklande perspektiv Movement capability. Development of teaching practice in physical education and health
  • 2019
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The aim of this investigation was to explore how the connections between teaching and learning about movement capability in the school subject physical education and health can be developed and transferred through research in practice development. Three research questions guided the investigation (1) What areas regarding teaching of movement capability in the school subject physical education and health have been studied in relation to teachers’ teaching assignment? (2) What necessary prerequisites are required to systematize and transfer research in practice development on movement capability between educational contexts? (3) What linkages are made visible between the treatment of learning content, the teaching design and students’ learning through variation in lesson design? Cultural-historical perspective and variation theory were used as frameworks and the methodology, mixed method research. The empirical data consists of published articles, video-observed lessons, recorded meetings with teachers and students, pre- and post-tests. The findings position the thesis in a guided teaching perspective. Moreover, findings show how the connection between teaching and learning about movement capability systematically can be developed and transferred between teaching contexts through iterative processes with revised lessons based on students’ knowledge. By the use of variation theory, understanding of the meaning of movement capability became more nuanced and itemized. The results also illustrate how the collaboration between teachers and researchers generated development of science-based teaching of movement capability.
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  • Bergentoft, Helene, 1964- (författare)
  • Lärande i rörelse. Utveckling av kroppslig förmåga ur ett icke-dualistiskt perspektiv
  • 2014
  • Licentiatavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Uppsatsens ambition är att genom en learning study av undervisningsmomentet kroppshållning vid löpning påvisa hur ett innehåll i skolämnet idrott och hälsa kan behandlas på ett icke dualistiskt sätt. Syftet är därmed att studera hur ett specifikt innehåll gestaltas och konstitueras i undervisningspraktiken i idrott och hälsa. Totalt deltog 95 gymnasieelever från två olika gymnasieskolor. Vidare deltog sju lärare uppdelade i vardera en studie. Variationsteorin utgjorde teoretiskt ramverk för lektionsdesignen och dess antaganden testades genom den iterativa forskningsmodellen, learning study. Studien bestod av två olika interventionsstudier som genomfördes hösten 2012 respektive hösten 2013. Resultaten från den första studien beaktades av lärarna i den andra studien, då resultaten användes i den nya gruppen av lärare och elever för att i den andra studien ytterligare utveckla antaganden från den första. Lärarnas kunskap om vad som krävs för att lära sig det avsedda innehållet och elevernas förståelse av innehållet, visade sig både genom utformning av mer kraftfull lektionsdesign och ökat lärande hos eleverna. Resultatet visar även att elevernas lärande i den andra studien utvecklades på ett mer kvalitativt sätt än i den första. Förmågan till kroppshållning utifrån ett mer optimalt sätt, vid löpning, ökade i alla fem klasserna. Lektion B:1 visar på högst ökning med +2,1 av medelvärdet, denna grupp visar en optimal placering av kroppsdelar motsvarande 4,6 av 5 möjliga. Resultaten indikerar att lektionsdesign som konstruerats av en lärargrupp kan användas av en ny grupp lärare i en kumulativ process, skapar möjligheter för eleverna att öka personligt meningsskapande som har en positiv inverkan på lärandet. Variation av lärandeobjektets aspekter skapar en process där elevens agerande och tänkande interagerar med varandra och användandet av kontraster visar sig vara ett kraftfullt sätt att skapa kropps-medvetenhet. Designen av denna variation är signifikant. Synkron simultanitet förefaller oftare ge alla elever ett helhetsperspektiv på innehållet, som i sin tur ger en mer differentierad och djupare kroppsmedvetenhet och möjlighet att alternera mellan lärandeobjektets innebörd och struktur.
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  • Bergentoft, Heléne, 1964- (författare)
  • Regulation of tenseness an object of learning to achieve self-awareness for students in Upper Secondary School
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Abstracts book. ; s. 127
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The key objective of this study has been to study how upper secondary school students develop knowledge about how tenseness affects their health and performing capacity. The way the students are offered to understand the object of learning, i.e. regulation of tenseness, is designed and analyzed by variation theory learning study. The design of the first lesson (A) was based on interviews. The remaining three lessons (B, C and D) were based on the analysis of the lessons and learning outcomes in the previous lessons (A, B and C). Students' understanding of regulation of tenseness depends on which critical aspect they are aware of. The students did not intentionally discern different responses of bodily tension, and had a limited number of ways to influence the levels of tenseness. The results show an increased learning outcome in all four groups. Results from the last lesson, D, show a very healthy increase (129%) in learning outcomes, and all students in that lesson improved their results. The effect of varying only the most important aspects appears in the last cycle, where the features (e.g. heart rate, respiration, muscle tension) contrasted more clearly, which developed the students' learning of the object of learning. The physical activities were kept invariant, and different responses of the sympathetic nervous system were contrasted, one at time, to establish knowledge of different bodily responses to tenseness. It appears sufficient to vary two critical aspects in one lesson to achieve the most powerful learning. Awareness about how the body responds to different kinds of pressure, physically or psychologically, is important for understanding the impact tenseness has on health and performing capacity. However, how the students are offered the aspects critical for developed understanding is crucial to increase their learning. The results show how the teachers, during the iterative process, discover what it takes to learn progressively during the learning study. The students´ results increase due to the more precise way the teachers pinpoint what is critical for the students´ understanding. The more familiar with how to design learning situations based on variations theory the teachers were, the more fruitful it was for the students` learning outcome.
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  • Bergentoft, Helene, 1964- (författare)
  • Running: A way to increase body awareness in secondary school physical education
  • 2020
  • Ingår i: European Physical Education Review. - 1356-336X .- 1741-2749. ; 26:1, s. 3-21
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Research suggests that young people’s understanding of how their bodies move in space and time is deteriorating. The aim of this study was to examine how students learn to analyse sensations and feelings while running. In total, 94 students aged 16–19 years and seven physical education (PE) teachers from two different secondary schools participated in the study. Five different PE lessons were designed, conducted and analysed based on the tenets of variation theory. Two questions guided the investigation: (a) What aspects of the running movement do students discern as critical for increased awareness of body posture in running? (b) In what way do lesson designs and teaching techniques affect students’ identification of critical aspects of body posture in running? The paper provides examples of how embodied exploration of body awareness can be used as an educational means to enhance movement capabilities. Two themes are identified and described: tentative critical aspects of body posture for running, and differences in students’ ways of developing movement capability. The paper concludes with a summary of the main results along with reflections on issues that require further attention.
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