Chapter 14 Wider role of a PE teacher

Report
CHAPTER
14
WIDER ROLE
OF A PE
TEACHER
Margaret Whitehead
and
Jes Woodhouse
From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter you should be able to:
• understand the ways in which the aims of PE align with broad
curriculum aims;
• be aware of the ways that PE can contribute to these broader
aims;
• be able to critically consider the role of PE in contributing to
the educational enterprise as a whole.
Check the requirements for your course to see which relate to
this chapter.
From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
CONTENTS
• Helping pupils to learn how to learn
• Achieving broad curriculum aims in PE
• Contributing to the achievement of the broad curriculum aims
in PE
• Promoting Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS) in
PE
• Examples of PE learning activities that can provide
opportunities for addressing broad educational aims
• Further considerations
From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
FURTHER INFORMATION
To explore this material further, read:
Whitehead, M. and Woodhouse, J. (2010) Wider role of a PE
teacher, in S. Capel and M. Whitehead (eds) Learning to
Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A
Companion to School Experience (third edition), London:
Routledge.
From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010

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