Physical Education with a Purpose Workshop – Vietnam – January 21, 2017

Join physical educators and coaches from around South East Asia at Saigon South International School in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on Saturday January 21 for a full day physical education workshop with a purpose. Join world renowned physical educator Nathan Horne from iPhys-Ed.com for an action packed one day workshop at Saigon South International School. …

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What’s in Your #PhysEd Bag, Andy Hair?

Joey asked for it….so it’s back! In this edition of What’s in Your #PhysEd Bag? we explore the bag of Australian physical educator, Andy Hair.https://twitter.com/JoeyFeith/status/790358574534983680Andy Hair is based in Geelong, Australia. His life goal is to see kids excel and achieve their dream. His PE motto is DREAM, BELIEVE, ACHIEVE.Outside of the Gym he lives a very …

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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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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part Three – Assessment Tools

This is the third part of the Assessment in Invasion Games blog post series. If you have not yet read part one and part two, start there before continuing to read here. In part one of the Assessment in Invasion Games series we looked at how team sports make up a large part of most physical education programs worldwide, yet the assessment …

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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part Two – Planning for Assessment

This is the second part of the Assessment in Invasion Games blog post series. If you have not yet read part one, start there before continuing to read here. In part one of the Assessment in Invasion Games series we looked at how team sports make up a large part of most physical education programs worldwide, yet the assessment of student …

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Assessment in Invasion Games: Part One – An Introduction

Team sports have traditionally made up a large part of any physical education program. Sports like basketball, football (soccer, American, Australian, Gaelic), handball, rugby and hockey are favourites in gymnasiums and on fields worldwide. All of these sports fall under the category of Invasion Games, where players try to maintain possession of an object, keeping …

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