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Article 16: Paper presentation at the 5th International Conference ‘Literacy and Contemporary Society: Creativity, Equity, Social Action’

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Article 16: Paper presentation at the 5th International Conference ‘Literacy and Contemporary Society: Creativity, Equity, Social Action’

Our research work ‘UNDERSTANDING THE PERCEPTIONS OF PHYSICAL LITERACY AMONG PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A MIXED-METHOD ANALYSIS ACROSS FOUR EUROPEAN COUNTRIES’ will be presented at the 5th International Conference ‘Literacy and Contemporary Society: Creativity, Equity, Social Action’ organized by the Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, between the 4th and 6th of December 2023.

Focusing on ‘Creativity, Equity, Social Action’ the conference attempts to highlight the dynamic, social and critical dimensions of literacies in times of crisis.

As part of our study that will be presented, a mixed-method approach was followed, including the collection and analysis of online survey data (using Essiet et al., 2022 scale) and qualitative interviews conducted via focus groups across Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Serbia, involving 92 Physical Education teachers and university students.

Overall, even though pre-service and in-service Physical Education teachers demonstrate a satisfactory understanding of physical literacy, there are discrepancies in its practical application and operationalization across different educational settings.

Authors: Olia Tsivitanidou, PhDEfstathios Christodoulides, Jana Vašíčková, Nigel GreenManolis Adamakis, Miroslav Markovic, Andrea Albergoni, Attilio Carraro.

Organizations involved: INQUIRIUM Ltd, UCLan CyprusPalacký University in Olomouc Faculty of Physical Culture, Czech Republic, International Physical Literacy Association (IPLA) UK, School of Physical Education and Sport Science, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, Faculty of sport – University “UNION NIKOLA TESLA” Belgrade, Serbia, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, EUPEA

This work is taking place as part of the Erasmus+ Sport project ePhyLi (project number: 101089928) funded by the European Union.

🌐More information about the conference:
https://lnkd.in/gsmCFjjv