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Curriculum Construction and Change
Curriculum construction and change
Introduction

Ward and Doutis (1999) were undoubtedly justified in their observation that:

Despite significant progress in the field of sport pedagogy, there are few studies that have reported on the implementation and evaluation of curriculum in physical education. Our collective attention in the past three decades has focused more on teacher effects than curriculum effects. (Ward and Doutis, 1999,393)

Nevertheless, it is fair to say that in recent years there has been considerable research in physical education that has engaged with the processes, politics and implications for teachers and learners of “curriculum construction and change”. Curriculum has been a timely focus for researchers in the field, with no shortage of national and local reforms and reviews generating research interest and agendas. ...

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