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  • Mac Phail, Ann; O'Sullivan, Mary (Taylor and Francis, 2012)
    The papers that are presented in this special issue are those that emerged from Keynote presentations delivered at the International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education / Association Internationale des ...
  • Tannehill, Deborah; Romar, Jan-Erik; O'Sullivan, Mary; England, Kathy; Rosenberg, Daniel (Human Kinetics, 1994)
    The past several decades have seen a marked change in state and local laws requiring physical education within children's schooling. Typically, the trend has progressed from daily required physical education for all ...
  • Ward, Philip; O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 2006)
    Undertaking pedagogical research in urban settings is not at all like conducting similar research in other settings. In a recent study in middle schools, we arranged the research team, sought and obtained various permissions ...
  • Deglau, Dena; Ward, Philip; O'Sullivan, Mary; Bush, Kim (Human Kinetics, 2006)
    Bechtel and OʼSullivan (in press) suggest that teacher change within the context of professional development (PD) is infl uenced by the design and content of PD initiatives. This paper examines the infl uence of an ...
  • MacPhail, Ann; Kirk, David (Physical Education Association of the United Kingdom, 2001)
    Towards the end of 1999, the Institute of Youth Sport was invited by Leicestershire County Council/Leicestershire Education Authority (LCC/LEA) to evaluate the effects of the Coaching for Teachers programme on teaching ...
  • Young, Ann-Marie (University of Limerick, 2012)
    Effective school-university partnerships can enhance a pre-service teachers’ (PST) experience and encourage experienced teachers to become cooperating teachers (CT). International literature alludes to the lack of ...
  • Dunbar, Raymond R; O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 1986)
    This study examined the effects of verbal and graphic feedback: on the distribution of teacher verbal behaviors (positive and corrective feedback, praise, desist, and questioning) and the teacher's use of student ...
  • O'Sullivan, Mary; Stroot, Sandra A; Tannehill, Deborah (Human Kinetics Publishers Inc., 1989)
    There are' 'too few studies which explore the subjective world of teachers in terms of their conceptions of what is salient" (Lortie, 1973, p. 490). Familiarity, Lortie argued, has dulled our curiosity about how teachers ...
  • MacPhail, Ann (2007)
    It is widely accepted that physical inactivity is one of the key threats to worldwide population health and that physical activity levels in childhood and adolescence have long-term effects that influence the health of a ...
  • Jones, Diana L; Tannehill, Deborah; O'Sullivan, Mary; Stroot, Sandra A (Human Kinetics, 1989)
    Although many professionals do not agree on the goals of physical educaion programs for children, they can acknowledge when a program is succes fuI in eaching its stated goals. Thus, quality refers to the attainment of ...
  • Bowles, Richard G (University of Limerick, 2014)
    The teaching of Gaelic games during physical education (PE) and extra-curricular sport features prominently in Irish primary schools. There is a long tradition of teacher commitment to the promotion of these games with a ...
  • O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 2002)
    I am privileged and delighted to have been invited to react to Daryl Siedentop's 1998 McCloy Lecture to the Research Consortium I (Siedentop. 2002). I think it appropriate to honor Daryl Siedentop's contributions to sport ...
  • O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 1994)
    There is a paucity of literature on the specific issues of high school physical education and how those who do the job manage to create quality programs. Since a recent issue of Quest (Siedentop & O'SulIivan, 1992) ...
  • MacPhail, Ann; Halbert, John (SAGE Publications, 2005)
    This study is concerned with the particular circumstances, personal rewards and costs which Irish post-primary principals and physical education teachers identify as affecting the implementation of the revised junior cycle ...
  • Halbert, John; MacPhail, Ann (Taylor & Francis, 2010)
    In an effort to understand interpretations of new and revised physical education syllabuses, and conditions that appear to strengthen or weaken the desire to introduce them, this paper draws on insights provided by principals ...
  • Kinchin, Gary; MacPhail, Ann; Ni Chroinin, Deirdre (Routledge Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    Recent reviews illustrate the considerable literature on Sport Education (e.g. Kinchin, 2006; Wallhead & O’Sullivan, 2005). However, research on the experiences of non-specialist physical education teachers attempting Sport ...
  • MacPhail, Ann; Patton, Kevin; Parker, Melissa; Tannehil, Deborah (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
                               There has been a limited interest in examining physical education teacher educators role and practices in embedding professional responsibility and commitment to continued professional learning ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Sohun, Rhoda (Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Limerick, 19/02/2013)
    Welcome to the first edition of the 'PESS e-Zine'. This issue looks back at the diversity of the research, activities, and events within the Physical Education and Sport Sciences (PESS) Department in 2012. Many thanks to ...
  • Sohun, Rhoda; Kenny, Ian (Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Limerick, 2014-02)
    Welcome to the third edition of the 'Pess e-Zine'. This issue looks at the breath of some of the research activities, and events that have happened or are ongoing in the Physical Education and Sport Sciences (PESS) ...
  • Sohun, Rhoda; Kenny, Ian (Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Limerick, 2015-02)
    On behalf of the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences (PESS) I wish to welcome you to the fifth edition of the PESS e-Zine. My thanks go again to all those involved in the editing and contribution of submissions ...

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