The Social Nature of Games: Australian Preservice Primary TeachersÍ First Experiences of Teaching Games for Understanding:

@inproceedings{Light2002TheSN,
  title={The Social Nature of Games: Australian Preservice Primary Teachers{\'I} First Experiences of Teaching Games for Understanding:},
  author={Richard Light},
  year={2002}
}
This article reports on a study of pre-service generalist primary school teachers’ experiences of a games unit taught using the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) approach in an Australian teacher education programme. The study sought to make sense of the knowledge and dispositions that pre-service primary school teachers brought into the games unit, the ways in which this shaped their interpretation of the TGfU approach, the impact that this had on their perceptions of physical education… CONTINUE READING

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