Will Katene
Senior Lecturer in Education; Subject Lead, Primary and Secondary PGCE Physical Education and Deputy Programme Director, MA (Education)

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Key publications



Stiles VH, Katene WH (2013). Improving physical education student teachers’ knowledge and understanding of applied biomechanical principles through peer collaboration. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 18(3), 235-255. Abstract. DOI.
Capel S, Hayes S, Katene W, Velija P (2011). The interaction of factors which influence secondary student physical education teachers' knowledge and development as teachers. European Physical Education Review, 17(2), 183-201. DOI.
Capel, S. Hayes, S. Katene, W. Velija, P. (2009). The development of knowledge for teaching physical education in secondary schools over the course of a PGCE year. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32(1), 51-62. DOI.
Hayes, S., Capel, S. Katene, W. Cook, P. (2008). An examination of knowledge prioritisation in secondary physical education teacher education courses. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(2), 330-342.
Velija, P. Capel, S. Katene W, Hayes, S. (2008). Does knowing stuff like PSHE and citizenship make me a better teacher? Student teachers in the teacher training figuration. European Physical Education Review, 14(3), 389-406. Abstract. DOI.
Katene WH, Faulkner, G.E.J. (2003). Peer teaching: a case for collaborative learning between trainee teachers. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 34(3), 45-47.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Black A, Costello R, Craft A, Katene W (2015). ‘It’s all about developing the whole child’: an examination of the ‘legacy’ benefits of Youth Sport Trust’s school-based inclusion initiatives. European Physical Education Review, 21(3), 362-378. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Katene WH, Stiles VH (2014). Strengthening the link between applied biomechanical principles and teaching. Physical Education Matters
Stiles VH, Katene WH (2013). Improving physical education student teachers’ knowledge and understanding of applied biomechanical principles through peer collaboration. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 18(3), 235-255. Abstract. DOI.
Capel S, Hayes S, Katene W, Velija P (2011). The interaction of factors which influence secondary student physical education teachers' knowledge and development as teachers. European Physical Education Review, 17(2), 183-201. DOI.
Katene W, Capel, S. Cook, P. Hayes, S. (2011). Toward an understanding of subject knowledge in physical education intitial teacher education: Student teachers', subject mentors' and university tutors' perspectives. Journal of Education for Teaching
Katene, W. Faulkner, G.E.J. (2011). Two heads are better than one: Collaborative learning in physical education initial teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education
Capel, S. Hayes, S. Katene, W. Velija, P. (2009). The development of knowledge for teaching physical education in secondary schools over the course of a PGCE year. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32(1), 51-62. DOI.
Hayes, S., Capel, S. Katene, W. Cook, P. (2008). An examination of knowledge prioritisation in secondary physical education teacher education courses. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(2), 330-342.
Velija, P. Capel, S. Katene W, Hayes, S. (2008). Does knowing stuff like PSHE and citizenship make me a better teacher? Student teachers in the teacher training figuration. European Physical Education Review, 14(3), 389-406. Abstract. DOI.
Katene WH, Faulkner, G.E.J. (2003). Peer teaching: a case for collaborative learning between trainee teachers. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 34(3), 45-47.
Williams LRT, Katene WH, Fleming K (2002). Coincidence timing of a tennis stroke: Effects of age, skill level, gender, stimulus velocity, and attention demand. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 73(1), 28-37. Abstract. DOI.
Williams LRT, Katene WH, Fleming K (2002). Coincidence timing of a tennis stroke: effects of age, skill level, gender, stimulus velocity, and attention demand. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 73(1), 28-37. Abstract.
Katene WH, Capel S (2000). How can PGCE PE students develop subject knowledge?. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 31(1), 44-46.
Capel S, Katene WH (2000). Secondary PGCE PE students' perceptions of their subject knowledge. European Physical Education Review, 6(1), 46-70.
Katene WH, Faulkner GEJ, Reeves CG (2000). The relationship between primary student teachers' exercise behaviour and their attitude to teaching physical education. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 31(2), 44-46.

Chapters

Chappell A, Katene W (2010). Teaching safely and safety in PE. In Capel S, Whitehead M (Eds.) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge, 134--153.
Katene W (2004). Continuing professional development in PE. In Capel S (Ed) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge/Falmer, 301-316.
Katene, W. Edmondson, G. (2004). Teaching safely and safety in PE. In Capel S (Ed) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge/Falmer, 120-140.
Katene W (2000). Progression and continuity in physical education between primary and secondary school. In Capel S, Piotrowski S (Eds.) Issues in physical education, London: RoutledgeFalmer, 188-205.  Abstract.

Publications by year



2015

Black A, Costello R, Craft A, Katene W (2015). ‘It’s all about developing the whole child’: an examination of the ‘legacy’ benefits of Youth Sport Trust’s school-based inclusion initiatives. European Physical Education Review, 21(3), 362-378. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2014

Katene WH, Stiles VH (2014). Strengthening the link between applied biomechanical principles and teaching. Physical Education Matters

2013

Stiles VH, Katene WH (2013). Improving physical education student teachers’ knowledge and understanding of applied biomechanical principles through peer collaboration. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 18(3), 235-255. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Capel S, Hayes S, Katene W, Velija P (2011). The interaction of factors which influence secondary student physical education teachers' knowledge and development as teachers. European Physical Education Review, 17(2), 183-201. DOI.
Katene W, Capel, S. Cook, P. Hayes, S. (2011). Toward an understanding of subject knowledge in physical education intitial teacher education: Student teachers', subject mentors' and university tutors' perspectives. Journal of Education for Teaching
Katene, W. Faulkner, G.E.J. (2011). Two heads are better than one: Collaborative learning in physical education initial teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education

2010

Chappell A, Katene W (2010). Teaching safely and safety in PE. In Capel S, Whitehead M (Eds.) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge, 134--153.

2009

Capel, S. Hayes, S. Katene, W. Velija, P. (2009). The development of knowledge for teaching physical education in secondary schools over the course of a PGCE year. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32(1), 51-62. DOI.

2008

Hayes, S., Capel, S. Katene, W. Cook, P. (2008). An examination of knowledge prioritisation in secondary physical education teacher education courses. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(2), 330-342.
Velija, P. Capel, S. Katene W, Hayes, S. (2008). Does knowing stuff like PSHE and citizenship make me a better teacher? Student teachers in the teacher training figuration. European Physical Education Review, 14(3), 389-406. Abstract. DOI.

2004

Katene W (2004). Continuing professional development in PE. In Capel S (Ed) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge/Falmer, 301-316.
Katene, W. Edmondson, G. (2004). Teaching safely and safety in PE. In Capel S (Ed) Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School, London: Routledge/Falmer, 120-140.

2003

Katene WH, Faulkner, G.E.J. (2003). Peer teaching: a case for collaborative learning between trainee teachers. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 34(3), 45-47.

2002

Williams LRT, Katene WH, Fleming K (2002). Coincidence timing of a tennis stroke: Effects of age, skill level, gender, stimulus velocity, and attention demand. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 73(1), 28-37. Abstract. DOI.
Williams LRT, Katene WH, Fleming K (2002). Coincidence timing of a tennis stroke: effects of age, skill level, gender, stimulus velocity, and attention demand. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 73(1), 28-37. Abstract.

2000

Katene WH, Capel S (2000). How can PGCE PE students develop subject knowledge?. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 31(1), 44-46.
Katene W (2000). Progression and continuity in physical education between primary and secondary school. In Capel S, Piotrowski S (Eds.) Issues in physical education, London: RoutledgeFalmer, 188-205.  Abstract.
Capel S, Katene WH (2000). Secondary PGCE PE students' perceptions of their subject knowledge. European Physical Education Review, 6(1), 46-70.
Katene WH, Faulkner GEJ, Reeves CG (2000). The relationship between primary student teachers' exercise behaviour and their attitude to teaching physical education. British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 31(2), 44-46.