Clive Hickson has taught and studied in both England and Canada and has served on numerous education committees. He is currently an associate professor at the University of Alberta

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Learning through Effective Teaching: Research Studies in Physical Education

Synthesizes the research findings on effective teaching in physical education.

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Putting Education Back into P.E.

Understanding the need to incorporate learning in to physical education teaching is essential for teachers. Only then will students become truly physically educated.

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Cooperative Activities in Elementary School Physical Education

Teachers in elementary schools need to be able to attend to issues and concerns regarding the learning environment in their classrooms.

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Physical Education Practicum Experiences: Are they Helping Preservice Elementary School Teachers?

The extent to which course work is complementary to practicum experiences is often overlooked. This paper reports on a study involving 313 preservice teachers and their experiences during practicum.

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Engaging New Faculty in the Scholarship of Teaching

The "new professor Teaching program" was developed to engage new professors in the understanding of the academic scholarship of teaching.

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Trading Spaces, Two Journeys: Reflections on Career Transitions

This discusses the journeys of two educators undertaking career changes; one moving from an elementary school to a university, the other moving in the opposite path.

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Teaching Styles in Elementary School Physical Education: The Effect on Children's Learning

An array of teaching styles is available to teachers of physical education. This paper examines different styles and identifies how student learning can be enhanced through the varying learning opportunities.

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Published online: April 25, 2014

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Completing the Circle: Instructional Staff Roles in Cohort Experiences

This paper addresses the concept of creating community and the interpretation and understanding of the experiences of a group of instructors who work within a student cohort learning community.

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Published online: September 13, 2016

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