European Physical Education Review Vol. 18, No. 3 2012

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Educating primary teachers to teach physical education
Niki Tsangaridou

Pre-service teachers’ experiences implementing a hybrid curriculum: Sport education and teaching games for understanding
Margaret Stran, Oleg Sinelnikov, and Elizabeth Woodruff

Issues and problems in the organization of children’s sport: A case study of Norway
Berit Skirstad, Ivan Waddington, and Reidar Säfvenbom309-321

Self-identity as a component of the Theory of Planned Behaviour in predicting physical activity
Francis Ries, Vello Hein, Maret Pihu, and José Manuel Sevillano Armenta

The influence of the Sport Education Model on amotivated students’ in-class physical activity
Dana Perlman

Training to teach physical education in an opposite-sex secondary school: A qualitative analysis of trainee teachers’ experiences
Gary Stidder

Physical education teachers’ continuing professional development in health-related exercise: A figurational analysis
Laura Alfrey, Louisa Webb, and Lorraine Cale

Experiences and identities: Pre-service elementary classroom teachers being and becoming teachers of physical education
Tim Fletcher

Efficacy of an integrated school curriculum pedometer intervention to enhance physical activity and to reduce weight status in children
Michael Duncan, Samantha Birch, and Lorayne Woodfield

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