The PE Playbook – July 2016 Edition

Welcome to the July 2016 Edition of the PE Playbook. The PE Playbook is a review of blog posts over the past month that are specific to Physical Education or Youth Sport. Its about bringing these blog posts into a format that is easy to find, use and share. Hopefully this will result in more PE Teachers (and others) reading them and engaging with them. If you have any feedback about the presentation or content of the PE Playbook then please let me know in the comments section of this post or via @ImSporticusPrevious Editions of the PE Playbook can be found here.


Renee Cabassi is a Health and Physical Education Teacher from Australia and blogs at Aim High, Jump Often. Her blog is a personal reflection of her teaching, mainly focused around integrating technology into her teaching and her students learning. This month she shared her practical of cooperative learning in  Cooperative Learning in Phys Ed – Self reflection and brainstorm. It helps as a PE Teacher to see how other practitioners have interpreted the research and model benchmarks and incorporated it into their practice. The sharing of practice in this way allows us to look at our own provision and see what can be tweaked, changed or altered. In Tech integration in HPE: Linking, discussing, exploring, observing and brainstorming, Renee allows us to see where her discussion with other PE Teachers has taken her, and she offers some good advice about sensible and sensitive integration of technology within lessons. I feel this is one of Renee’s real strengths as a blogger and recommend any other PE Teacher who is looking to blend technology into there lessons to check out her previous posts such as integrating technology into Sports Education  and also her advice to new teachers who want to explore technology as a form of pedagogy within PE.











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