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RICHARD TINNING

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 21: Theoretical Orientations in Physical Education Teacher Education

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Theoretical Orientations in Physical Education Teacher Education
Theoretical orientations in physical education teacher education
Introduction

Handbook reviews are supposed to present a “state of the art” review of a selected topic. They conjure up an image of the disinterested scholar searching the databases and distilling the vast literatures into an accessible account that represents the “state of the art”. But scholarship is seldom like that. Given the scope of the literature, decisions (read judgements) must be made regarding what to include, what to leave out, what to emphasize, what to background, how to classify different literature, and how to arrange the narrative of the review. Much of this work is subjective and will be influenced by the values and experiences that the author brings to the task. ...

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