Academic physical education training for inclusive physical education? A critical review of the state of research

Autor(en): Erhorn, Jan 
Moeller, Leonie
Langer, Wiebke
Stichwörter: Academic PE teacher training (PETE); COMPETENCE; DECISION-MAKING; Higher education didactics; Inclusive physical education; KNOWLEDGE; Modeling of professional competencies; PERCEPTION; Situation-specific skills; Sport Sciences; TEACHERS; VIDEO
Erscheinungsdatum: 2020
Herausgeber: SPRINGER
Journal: GERMAN JOURNAL OF EXERCISE AND SPORT RESEARCH
Volumen: 50
Ausgabe: 4
Startseite: 487
Seitenende: 500
Zusammenfassung: 
The qualification of (prospective) physical education teachers for inclusive physical education is a central challenge for didactic research and teaching. Although a lively research discourse has developed around the topic of inclusive physical education in recent years, which, on the one hand, seeks to tie in with the more advanced international discourses and, on the other hand, has itself gained conceptual and empirical substance, there are still only a few concepts for the targeted preparation of prospective physical education teachers for inclusive physical education. In this article, published higher education teaching formats are systematically analysed and critically acknowledged. On this basis, proposals for the further development and evaluation of higher education teaching formats are formulated.
ISSN: 25093142
DOI: 10.1007/s12662-020-00668-5

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