Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy

(The TQCC of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Exploring the changes of physical education in the age of Covid-1954
Gamification and physical education. Viability and preliminary views from students and teachers49
Perceived teachers’ behavior and students’ engagement in physical education: the mediating role of basic psychological needs and self-determined motivation37
The effects of self-controlled video feedback on motor learning and self-efficacy in a Physical Education setting: an exploratory study on the shot-put37
Towards a pedagogy of love: exploring pre-service teachers’ and youth’s experiences of an activist sport pedagogical model29
Re-thinking pedagogical content knowledge for physical education teachers – implications for physical education teacher education28
An integrated blended learning approach for physical education teacher education programmes: teacher educators’ and pre-service teachers’ experiences27
Between hope and happening: Problematizing the M and the P in models-based practice27
LGBTQ Research in physical education: a rising tide?26
Adaptive expertise – a characteristic of expertise in outdoor instructors?24
Examining early adolescents’ motivation for physical education: associations with actual and perceived motor competence23
Pedagogical principles that support the prioritisation of meaningful experiences in physical education: conceptual and practical considerations22
An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical ‘education’: Where we have been and where we could go next21
Effects of the iPad and mobile application-integrated physical education on children’s physical activity and psychosocial beliefs21
The influence of online physical activity interventions on children and young people’s engagement with physical activity: a systematic review20
Physical education and school bullying: a systematic review20
Time to SHAPE Up: developing policies, standards and practices that are socially just20
Heteronormativity meets queering in physical education: the views of PE teachers and LGBTIQ+ students18
Applying the bioecological theory to the study of fundamental motor skills18
Re-conceptualizing embodied pedagogies in physical education by creating pre-text vignettes to trigger pleasure ‘in’ movement17
Toward a critical race pedagogy of physical education17
The effect of a content knowledge teacher professional workshop on enacted pedagogical content knowledge and student learning in a throwing unit17
Critical pedagogy and curriculum transformation in Secondary Health and Physical Education17
Exploring the educational landscape of juggling – challenging notions of ability in physical education17
Advocating for Service-Learning as a pedagogical model in Physical Education: towards an activist and transformative approach16
Exploring primary pre-service teachers’ use of ‘assessment for learning’ while teaching primary physical education during school placement16
An analysis of in-game feedback provided by coaches in an Australian Football League competition15
Physical education teachers’ perceptions of the successes, constraints, and possibilities associated with implementing the sport education model15
Experiences of teaching and learning in K-12 physical education during COVID-19: an international comparative case study15
Infusing disability into coach education and development: a critical review and agenda for change14
Impact of a physical education-based behavioural skill training program on cognitive antecedents and exercise and sport behaviour among adolescents: a cluster-randomized controlled trial13
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) for professional development: meeting the needs and expectations of physical education teachers and youth sport coaches12
Investigating the impact of a Freirean informed coach education programme12
An experimental, video-based investigation into the motivating impact of choice and positive feedback among students with different motor competence levels12
Preservice teachers’ learning to implement culturally relevant physical education with the teaching personal and social responsibility model11
How do competitiveness and previous contact with people with disabilities impact on attitudes after an awareness intervention in physical education?11
The use of digital media in primary school PE – student perspectives on product-oriented ways of lesson staging11
Cooperative learning in physical education: a study of students’ learning journey over 24 lessons11
A national analysis of the content knowledge of Turkish physical education teacher education students11
Nonlinear Pedagogy and its implications for practice in the Singapore PE context11
Using the meaningful physical education features as a lens to view student experiences of democratic pedagogy in higher education11
Student outcomes of the physical education and physical literacy (PEPL) approach: a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of a multicomponent intervention to improve physical literacy in prima11
‘There is no right or wrong way': exploring expressive dance assignments in physical education11
Sport education as a cooperative learning endeavour10
‘Being a team, working together, and being kind’: Primary students’ perspectives of cooperative learning's contribution to their social and emotional learning10
Mental imagery training programs for developing sport-specific motor skills: a systematic review and meta-analysis10
Development of a self-report scale to assess children’s perceived physical literacy10
Evaluation of the Move 2 Learn program, a community-based movement and pre-literacy intervention for young children10
Delphi investigation of strategies to develop cultural competence in physical education teacher education10
The relations between students’ causality orientations and teachers’ interpersonal behaviors with students’ basic need satisfaction and frustration, intention to physical activity, and well-being10
Finnish students’ enjoyment and anxiety levels during fitness testing classes10
Mapping the physical literacy controversy: an analysis of key actors within scholarly literature9
A review of the penetration of Francophone research on intervention in physical education and sport in Anglophone journals since 20109
Association between gross motor competence and health-related quality of life in (pre)schoolchildren: the mediating role of cardiorespiratory fitness9
Examining the concept of engagement in physical education9
Academics’ perspectives on the future of sport education8
Stakeholder perceptions of physical literacy assessment in primary school children8
Do goal clarification and process feedback positively affect students’ need-based experiences? A quasi-experimental study grounded in Self-Determination Theory8
Pre-service teachers learning through service-learning in a low SES school8
Coaches’ perceptions of decision making in rugby union8
In(di)visable: inquiring into being ‘othered’ as a means to teach social justice in PHETE8
Motor competence assessment in physical education – convergent validity between fundamental movement skills and functional movement assessments in adolescence8
Developing evidence-informed principles for trauma-aware pedagogies in physical education8
What do we know about pedagogical models in physical education so far? An umbrella review8
Learning in the educational landscapes of juggling, unicycling, and dancing8
Promoting instructional alignment in physical education teacher education8
‘Feeling better’: embodied self-knowledge as an aspect of movement capability8
Enhancing social cohesion in PE classes within an intercultural learning program: results of a quasi-experimental intervention study8
Intervention programme to prevent bullying in adolescents in physical education classes (PREBULLPE): a quasi-experimental study8
Preservice teachers perspectives and experiences teaching personal and social responsibility8