The PE Playbook – March 2018 Edition

  Blogger of the Month Not a blog, but a vlog. Aaron Beighle is a faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion at the University of Kentucky, who specialises in physical education and physical activity for youth.He has recently set up Youtube channel called #JustthinkinPE,  where he shares some thoughts about PE and PA. Thoughts on… Read More The PE Playbook – March 2018 Edition

The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month Shane Pill is an Associate Professor of PE at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia who blogs at Learning Through Sport – Play With Purpose. Over the recent weeks, Shane has been blogging regularly about different teaching styles and models. The Sport Education model, humanistic approaches to PE, Mosston’s Spectrum of Teaching Styles, Games… Read More The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition

Competence: Climbing Frames not Ladders

Ensuring children turn into adults who lead a healthy and active lifestyle is the Gordian Knot that PE teachers have a shared responsibility for solving. Part of the solution involves developing competence, but much of the debate about competence is binary. As explained in my last post, either it is everything, or it is nothing. As PE Teachers… Read More Competence: Climbing Frames not Ladders

The PE Playbook – January 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month Stuart McMillan is a professional strength and conditioning coach who mainly focuses on working with sprint athletes. Stuart blogs at McMilliamSpeed on a wide range of topics; anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, philosophy,  leadership, psychology. The list goes on. What I like about Stuart is that he is willing to go beyond his own… Read More The PE Playbook – January 2018 Edition