Life is ultimately absurd, but at the end of 2017, I have managed to find some professional and personal peace. A clear purpose and meaning in both, not in the global sense but a more local and individualised one is able to overcome where the absurd may lead. The betterment of myself for the betterment of others. Work does not seem to be able to provide me with the time, resources or wisdom to equip me in my search for craftsmanship in how to teach PE (or live a good life). So social media has become increasingly important to me. Many times it is the beginning of my reflection, challenge, curiosity and dialogue and how to develop my craft. In seeking virtuosity in what I do, how I act, in Being. Thank you to all those that continually contribute to my development.
Tweeters – generous with their time, helpful and challenging.
|Dr Alan Thompson||Danny Newcombe||Iesha Small|
|Aaron Beighle||Ric Shuttleworth||Keith Lyons|
|Dean Dudley||Russel Earnshaw and his Magic Academy||Erwan Le Corre|
|Dr Stephen Harvey||Prof Chris Cushion||Nate Babcock|
|Shrehan Lynch||Dave Collins||Mel Hamada|
Bloggers – simply read everything they write.
|Physical Education||Youth Sport||
|Mel Hamada at melhamada.com||Al Smith, Mark Upton and Jono Byrne at MyFastest Mile||Massimo Pigliucci at How to be a Stoic|
|Balbinder Singh at Reinvent the game.||John O’Sullivan at Changing the Game Project||Dave Snowden at Cognitive Edge|
|Rae Omar at The NQT Year||Paul Gamble at Informed in Sport||Greg Ashman at Filling the Pail|
|Shane Pill at Learning Through Sport||Darren Wensor at Coaching Young Athletes||Gary Jones at Evidenced Based Educational Leadership|
|Justen O’Connor at Assessment in PE||Tim Buszard at Skill Acquisition Research||Dawn Cox at missdcoxblog|
Videos and Podcasts – making my commute both entertaining and educational.
Blog Posts – posts that I keep going back to over and over again.