Jia Yi Chow
Jia Yi Chow
Physical Education and Sports Science, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological
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A constraints-led perspective to understanding skill acquisition and game play: a basis for integration of motor learning theory and physical education praxis?
I Renshaw, JY Chow, K Davids, J Hammond
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 15 (2), 117-137, 2010
The role of nonlinear pedagogy in physical education
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, R Shuttleworth, I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo
Review of Educational Research 77 (3), 251-278, 2007
Nonlinear pedagogy in skill acquisition: An introduction
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, I Renshaw
Routledge, 2021
Nonlinear pedagogy: Learning design for self-organizing neurobiological systems
JY Chow, K Davids, R Hristovski, D Ara˙jo, P Passos
New Ideas in Psychology 29 (2), 189-200, 2011
Nonlinear pedagogy: a constraints-led framework for understanding emergence of game play and movement skills.
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, R Shuttleworth, I Renshaw, D Araujo
Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences 10 (1), 71-103, 2006
Nonlinear learning underpinning pedagogy: evidence, challenges, and implications
JY Chow
Quest 65 (4), 469-484, 2013
Dynamics of skill acquisition: An ecological dynamics approach
C Button, L Seifert, JY Chow, K Davids, D Araujo
Human Kinetics Publishers, 2020
Ecological dynamics and motor learning design in sport
K Davids, D Ara˙jo, R Hristovski, P Passos, JY Chow
Skill acquisition in sport: Research, theory and practice 2, 112-130, 2012
‘How does TGfU work?’: examining the relationship between learning design in TGfU and a nonlinear pedagogy
CWK Tan, JY Chow, K Davids
Physical education and sport pedagogy 17 (4), 331-348, 2012
A constraint-led approach to sport and physical education pedagogy
I Renshaw, JY Chow
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 24 (2), 103-116, 2019
Insights from ecological psychology and dynamical systems theory can underpin a philosophy of coaching
I Renshaw, K Davids, R Shuttleworth, J Chow
International Journal of Sport Psychology 40 (4), 580-602, 2009
Why the constraints-led approach is not teaching games for understanding: A clarification
I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo, C Button, JY Chow, K Davids, B Moy
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 21 (5), 459-480, 2016
Focus of attention and its impact on movement behaviour
SYC Peh, JY Chow, K Davids
Journal of science and medicine in sport 14 (1), 70-78, 2011
Nonlinear pedagogy: an effective approach to cater for individual differences in learning a sports skill
MCY Lee, JY Chow, J Komar, CWK Tan, C Button
PloS one 9 (8), e104744, 2014
The development of decision making skill in sport: an ecological dynamics perspective
D Araujo, K Davids, J Chow, P Passos
Perspectives on cognition and action in sport, 157-169, 2009
Coordination changes in a discrete multi-articular action as a function of practice
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, M Koh
Acta psychologica 127 (1), 163-176, 2008
Are transitions in human gait determined by mechanical, kinetic or energetic factors?
AJ Raynor, CJ Yi, B Abernethy, QJ Jong
Human movement science 21 (5-6), 785-805, 2002
The influence of pitch dimensions on performance during small-sided and conditioned soccer games
L Vilar, R Duarte, P Silva, JY Chow, K Davids
Journal of sports sciences 32 (19), 1751-1759, 2014
Complex and nonlinear pedagogy and the implications for physical education
JY Chow, M Atencio
Sport, Education and Society 19 (8), 1034-1054, 2014
Nonlinear pedagogy: implications for teaching games for understanding (TGfU)
J Chow, K Davids, C Button, I Renshaw, R Shuttleworth, L Uehara
TGfU: simply good pedagogy: understanding a complex challenge, 131-143, 2009
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