METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS IN EXPLORING CHILDREN’S PERSPECTIVES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Nilo César Ramos, Anderson dos Santos Carvalho, Pedro Pugliesi Abdalla

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The purpose of this paper is to share methodological lessons learned from a qualitative study exploring children’s perceptions in Physical Education (PE). Methods: Reflections and discussions were conducted over a variety of techniques in data collection, interpretation, analysis and trustworthiness. Findings: The use of individual and group interviews, drawing, written questionnaire and initial orientation, working together and individually, in addition to the use of a theoretical framework and data analysis approach were advantageous. Triangulation of data with a peer-debriefer and research journal increased data trustworthiness. Conclusions: The use of a variety of techniques can benefit the research process and assist in listening to what children have to say about their experiences in PE.

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Children; Education; Body Image; Qualitative analysis; Questionnaire.

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