This chapter sets out to consider how one teacher in scottish primary physical education engaged with complexity theory as part of his evolving professional learning trajectory. We suggest that his efforts were integrally supported by recent curricular policy and professional learning developments in Scotland.
|Title of host publication||Complexity thinking in physical education|
|Editors||Alan Ovens, Tim Hopper, Joy Butler|
|Place of Publication||Abingdon|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Dec 2012|
- conditions of complexity
- physical education
- primary school
- primary physical education
Jess, M., Atencio, M., & Carse, N. (2012). Introducing conditions of complexity in the context of Scottish physical education. In A. Ovens, T. Hopper, & J. Butler (Eds.), Complexity thinking in physical education (pp. 27-41).