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CHANTAL AMADE-ESCOT

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 20: Student Learning within the Didactique Tradition

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Student Learning within the Didactique Tradition
Student learning within the didactique tradition
Introduction

Student learning in the didactique tradition is a subarea of the so-called research which has been developed within the perspective of a better knowledge of the functioning of the “didactic system” which links teacher, content knowledge and students in classroom and gymnasium. In the didactique tradition of research the topics include: What is taught and learned? How it is taught and learned? Why it is taught and learned? By whom it is taught and learned? Research on didactics in physical education has focused primarily on teaching and most of the work concerns the analysis of didactic interactions in the aim of enlightening the teacher's role (Amade-Escot, 1999, 2000a). Contrary to didactics of some school ...

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