Supporting physical education trainee teachers in their use of information communication technology while on school-based experiences

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Meredith, Sarah 2011. Supporting physical education trainee teachers in their use of information communication technology while on school-based experiences. Research in Teacher Education. 1 (2), pp. 14-19. https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.86050
AuthorsMeredith, Sarah
Abstract

This paper explores how trainee teachers in
physical education (PE) are supported in their
use of information communication technology (ICT)
during their school-based experiences. The data were
collected from within the context of a higher education
institution (HEI) and school partnership in the South
East of England. All of the schools approached
had previously worked, or were working, with
trainee teachers from the University of East London
(UEL). These data were initially collected by using
questionnaires sent out to 100 PE teachers. Following
initial analysis of these data, three semi-structured
interviews were carried out with the hope of developing
ICT provision within the HEI and discovering how
best to support school-based mentors and trainees.
There was evidence of lots of good examples of work
within the partnership but little to support the fact
that teachers were sharing this. It is clear that, in this
particular case, the potential of the use of ICT in PE
has not been unlocked by the profession as yet.

Keywordsteacher mentoring; physical education; emerging technologies
JournalResearch in Teacher Education
Research in Secondary Teacher Education
Journal citation1 (2), pp. 14-19
ISSN2047-3818
Year2011
PublisherThe School of Education and Communities, University of East London
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CC BY-ND
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.86050
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1412
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PrintOct 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited12 Dec 2011
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Gobalek, C. and Amrane-Cooper, L. (2011) ‘Supporting physical education trainee teachers in their use of information communication technology while on school-based experiences’ Research in Secondary Teacher Education, 1(2), pp. 14-19..

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