Implementeringen af motion og bevægelse i skolen – et review af hæmmende og fremmende faktorer set i et lærerperspektiv

Nøgleord: Folkeskole, Læreres oplevelse, Bevægelse, Undervisning, Implementering

Resumé

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 (2000-2016) og inkluderet 24 studier. Vi har brugt en socio-økologisk model i præsentationen af resultaterne og Rogers’ diffusion of innovation teori i diskussionen af hæmmende og fremmende faktorer. Mangel på tid som følge af akademisk pres, og mangel på viden, kompetencer og support er blandt de hæmmende faktorer.

 

Forfatterbiografier

Henrik Taarsted Jørgensen, VIA University College Syddansk Universitet

Cand.scient. idræt og ph.d.-stipendiat

Lektor ved Læreruddannelsen i Aarhus, VIA University College

Jens Troelsen, Syddansk Universitet

Professor, Head of Active Living Research Unit

Department of Sport Science and Clinical Biomechanics

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Publiceret
2017-10-11
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Jørgensen, H., & Troelsen, J. (2017). Implementeringen af motion og bevægelse i skolen – et review af hæmmende og fremmende faktorer set i et lærerperspektiv. Studier I Læreruddannelse Og -Profession, 2(2), 84-105. https://doi.org/10.7146/lup.v2i2.27711
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