Embodied Affectivity in Physical Education
Embodied affectivity in physical education is a brief explanation of my research on the affective domain of learning in PE (in my case in the Early Years but potentially relevant to other age groups). I would discuss what is observable and meaningful to both the students and teacher, and offer pedagogical strategies to support student learning.
Observing Affective Learning in Physical Education: Developing Effective Pedagogical Strategies
Despite ambitions for physical education (PE) to facilitate student growth across the four learning domains of physical, cognitive, social, and affective learning, much of what educators do tends to neglect the affective domain and prioritise physical learning (Casey and Goodyear, 2015).