The PE Playbook – December 2018 Edition

We may train for six months and find the discipline arduous, difficult, mechanical. The activity keeps its distance and holds on to its secrets. But then in the seventh month, the involvement begins to take on a different shape and colour. We belong there. We feel at home there. We can express ourselves there. We experience a freedom we never encountered before. We find ourselves drawn to that place regularly – with or without a good reason.’ Duty, Habit and Meaning by Scott Kretchmar

 

Bloggers of the Year

As with keeping in tradition, there is no Blogger of the Month in December. Instead, we have a reminder of previous Bloggers of the Month throughout the whole of 2018. If you are interested in PE or Youth Sport then you should definitely consider following them.

Previous editions of the PE Playbook and Bloggers of the month can be found here.

Top 10 Articles of the Month

General PE

Primary PE

Secondary PE

Tech in PE

Research in PE

PE Podcasts and Videos

School and Youth Sport

Other Articles of Interest

One thought on “The PE Playbook – December 2018 Edition

  1. Happy 2019 to you imSporticus. I wanted to write and thank you so much for all the time that you take to read, write and share the work that so many do in moving our professional learning forwards. Your critical and constructive approach to this work is very important for many of us trying to find a range of sources that are free, easy to read and follow and allow for people to connect and learn more from their craft and the craft and experience of others.

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