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14–19 ACCREDITED QUALIFICATIONS Gill Golder CHAPTER 15 From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
OBJECTIVES At the end of this chapter you should be able to: have an overview of the 14–19 reforms in England, Wales and Northern Ireland; understand the 14–19 curriculum and the place of the QCF within it; understand the diversity of accredited qualifications available in PE and PE related areas within the 14–19 curriculum; be aware of teaching and learning approaches for theoretical and practical aspects of accredited qualifications in PE; understand the range of assessment procedures for accredited qualifications. Check the requirements for your course to see which relate to this chapter. From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
CONTENTS The 14–19 curriculum and the qualifications and credits framework (QCF) The diversity of accredited qualifications available in PE and PE related areas within the 14–19 curriculum Developing models of applied learning for 14–19 olds Teaching and learning approaches used in the 14–19 accredited qualifications: a pedagogy for the 14–19 curriculum Assessment of the 14–19 accredited qualifications From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
FURTHER INFORMATION To explore this material further, read: Golders, G. (2010) Accredited courses in PE, in S. Capel and M. Whitehead (eds) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience (third edition), London: Routledge. From: Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge © 2010
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