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Using complexity thinking to foster a games of chase curriculum in a New Zealand early childhood setting
(University of Canterbury. Early Years Care and Education, 2013)
This paper presents an example of how complexity thinking was used to foster a local curriculum related to games of chase at an EC setting. It shows how activities, teaching and children’s learning interacted in an on-going ...
Dispositions of elite-level Australian rugby coaches towards Game Sense: characteristics of their coaching habitus
Bourdieu's analytic concept of habitus has provided a valuable means of theorising coach development but is yet to be operationalised in empirical research. This article redresses this oversight by drawing on a larger study ...