Vol 10 (2004)

DOI: 10.15663/wje.v10i1

Table of Contents


Ten years of the Waikato Journal of Education PDF
Clive McGee


Introduction to special section: Bodies in motion: Sport, health, physical activity and physical education PDF
Clive Pope, Toni Bruce


Relecting and asserting: Thoughts on a lengthy career in physical education PDF
Bob Stothart
Physical education as HPE: ‘Rational’ reflections or rueful ruminations? PDF
Richard Tinning
Evidence-based practice in health and physical education PDF
Doune MacDonald
School physical education: Reflections on key issues shaping the field PDF
Alan Ovens


They’re not doing bad for their age: Ageing, leisure and active living PDF
Bevan C. Grant
Remnants of the past, history and the present PDF
Douglas Booth
Challenges to state physical education: Tikanga Māori, physical education curricula, historical deconstruction, inclusivism and decolonisation PDF
Brendan Hokowhitu
The indigenous factor: The role of kapa haka as a culturally responsive learning intervention PDF
Paora Whitinui
Whose knowledge is of most worth? The importance of listening to the voice of the learner PDF
Margaret J. Scratchley
The ecology of cooperative learning in a high school physical education Pprogramme PDF
Ben Dyson, Kevin Strachan
A Crucible of competition and cooperation: Where do the concepts fit in recreation activity delivery? PDF
Donna E. Little
Knowing "what my body can do”: Physical moments in the social production of physicality PDF
Martha Bell
Implementing a game sense approach in youth sport coaching: Challenges, change and resistance PDF
Richard Light
Embodied boarders: Snowboarding, status and style PDF
Holly Thorpe
Playing to win or trying your best: Media represtations of national anxieties over the role of sport participation during the 2002 Commonwealth Games PDF
Emma H. Wensing, Toni Bruce, Clive Pope
‘Tis better to be seen PDF
Rachel Saunders
Embodied ways of knowing PDF
Karen Barbour
My impossible dream PDF
Jennifer L. Waggoner

General Section

Improving Student learning? Research evidence about teacher feedback for improvement in New Zealand schools PDF
Gayle Eyers, Mary Hill
Policy research and ‘damaged teachers’: Towards an epistemologically respectful paradigm PDF
John Smyth
The explanation of social differences in reading attainment: An inspection of the PIRLS New Zealand data PDF
Roy Nash
Juggling priorities: A comparison of young and mature age students’ use of time during their first semester of teacher eduction PDF
Penni Cushman
Children and disability: Special or included PDF
Keith Ballard

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