50: Teaching non-normative bodies: Simulating visual impairments w/ Dr. Maher
Dr. Anthony Maher (@Ajmaher5) discusses teaching non-normative bodies, adapted physical education, and the ethics of simulating a disability in HPETE/PETE teacher education programs.
Dr Anthony Maher (@Ajmaher5) is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education and Youth Sport. He is a member of Department of Sport and Physical Activity’s Research Committee and conveyor of the policy and pedagogy strand of Social Science of Sport and Physical Activity research group. Previously, Anthony was Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for Physical Education at Leeds Beckett University. Anthony has also held the positions of Lecturer in Sport Studies at University of Central Lancashire, and Associate Lecturer in Sport Studies at Edge Hill University.
Anthony has a PhD Sociology of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Physical Education (University of Central Lancashire), MSc Sociology of Sport and Exercise (University of Chester), PG Cert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (University of Central Lancashire), PG Cert Business and Management Research Methods (University of Central Lancashire), and BA (Hons.) Sport Development with Physical Education (Liverpool John Moores University).
Full Cite to paper: Maher, A. J., Williams, D., & Sparkes, A. C. (2019). Teaching non-normative bodies: simulating visual impairments as embodied pedagogy in action. Sport, Education and Society, 1-13.
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