Henrik Taarsted Jørgensen

Henrik Taarsted Jørgensen
VIA University College | viauc · Department of Teacher Education

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Currently research interest: Physical Education (PETE) and Research regarding implementation of physical activity during school day for children and adolescent, and the promotion on health, wellbeing and learning.

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In the context of implementing a physical activity policy as part of a national school reform in Denmark, the purpose of this study was to explore lower secondary teachers’ interpretations and perceptions of the physical activity policy with a focus on movement integration. In total, 14 teachers from four different schools were selected to take par...
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Motion og bevægelse i skolen handler om, hvordan skolens pædagogiske personale pædagogisk og didaktisk kan arbejde med motion og bevægelse på et forskningsmæssigt grundlag. Bogen præsenterer det videnskabelige grundlag, der ligger til grund for at indføre motion og bevægelse i skolen, samt erfaringer med at implementere forandringerne. Artiklerne...
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Implementeringen af den ny skolereform inkluderer 45 minutters daglig motion og bevægelse for alle elever. Formålet med artiklen er at præsentere en oversigt over eksisterende videnskabelige studier, der har undersøgt faktorer, som påvirker læreres oplevelse af og villighed til at implementere motion og bevægelse. Vi har søgt i 6 databaser (2000-20...

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Denmark had a new school reform in 2014 and one of the big differences is that all students have to be physically active for 45 minutes each day. The purpose of this phD-study is to explore lower secondary teachers’ perceptions and interpretations regarding the implementation of a PA policy with a focus on Movement Integration (MI). Twelve teachers from four different schools were selected to take part in a qualitative study, in which semi-structured interviews, focus group interviews and go along observations and interviews were conducted.