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Game Centred Approaches with Dr Stephen Harvey

Putting games at the centre of his physical education and coaching approach is something that Dr. Stephen Harvey excels at. Stephen is an Associate Professor in Coaching Education at Ohio University and his research is focused on teacher/coach pedagogy and practice and its influence on student/player learning. He has been invited to deliver presentations and workshops …

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Making Sense of Physical Literacy: Building Confidence

In my previous post, Making Sense of Physical Literacy, I shared my experience of coming to terms with the concept of Physical Literacy and how it serves as the purpose behind my physical education program. Having been on this journey to discover and understand physical literacy and how it can serve as a foundation for …

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Should I Fitness Test in PE?

Fitness testing has traditionally been commonplace within schools and physical education curriculums, however in their research published in 2006, Cale & Harris found: In a previous blog post, Making Sense of Physical Literacy we explored how physical literacy serves as the foundation of physical education. It should be noted that physical literacy: is an inclusive concept accessible …

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Physical Education Assessment Strategies & Tools Webinar

No more assumptions! Discover strategies and tools to help you assess student learning in physical education. This webinar will give you proven tools and techniques to help you collect and analyze data on student performance and learning.On Wednesday February 8, 2017 I will be presenting a webinar on Physical Education Strategies & Tools as part …

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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part Six – Reflecting on the Journey

This is the sixth and final part of the Assessment in Invasion Games blog post series. If you have not yet read part one, part two, part three, part four and part five start there before continuing to read here. Throughout the Assessment in Invasion Games series I have shared how I aimed to use proven physical education research to change the way …

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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part Five – Analysing the Data

This is the fifth part of the Assessment in Invasion Games blog post series. If you have not yet read part one, part two, part three and part four, start there before continuing to read here. At the start of the Assessment in Invasion Games series I shared that over these posts I wanted to share how I aimed to use proven physical …

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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part Four – Technology

This is the fourth part of the Assessment in Invasion Games blog post series. If you have not yet read part one, part two and part three, start there before continuing to read here. In part one of the Assessment in Invasion Games series we looked at how the assessment of student learning in invasion games is often inauthentic and can be largely …

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