This VLOG explores student voice. The VLOG provides ideas for moving beyond simply asking students what they think toward using prompts such as magazines or photos and provides an example of students creating movies of their physical education experiences.
These four articles provide further information on how to engage with student voice in physical education and sport pedagogy.
Enright, E., & O’Sullivan, M. (2010). “Can I do it in my pyjamas?” Negotiating a physical education curriculum with teenage girls. European Physical Education Review, 16(3), 203-222.
Goodyear, V.A., Casey, A., & Kirk, D. (2013). Slights, cameras, inaction: using flip cameras in Cooperative Learning to explore girls’ (dis)engagement in physical education. In L. Azzarito & D. Kirk (Eds.), Pedagogies, Physical Culture and Visual Methods (Routledge Studies in Physical Education and Youth Sport) (pp. 47-61). London: Routledge.
Goodyear, V.A., Casey, A., & Kirk, D. (2013). Using flip cameras as a pedagogic device to explore girls’ (dis)engagement in physical education. Active and Healthy Magazine: Australian Council Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 20(3/4), 5-9.
Oliver, K. (2001). Images of the body from popular culture: engaging adolescent girls in critical enquiry. Sport, Education, & Society, 6(2), 143-164.
The You Tube clips on student voice can be found here: