My Top 5s of 2015 – PE, Youth Sport and Education

Lists have a deep appeal to me. They provide information that is categorised, analysed and quantified. This makes for, in my opinion, a much more enjoyable reading experience at times. Lists can help to overcome what is known as the “paradox of choice”. The more information we have at our disposal and therefore have to process,… Read More My Top 5s of 2015 – PE, Youth Sport and Education

#peblogs

#peblogs I wrote my first blog last August, but before that I had been a ‘lurker’. Through twitter I found blogs on my subject area and beyond, read them but never engaged. The more I read the more it became my own personal PD. I had been at my current school for a number of… Read More #peblogs

Drowning in the Shallow 2014-in-review

The following posts were the most read in 2014: Has PE lost its way? Seating plan for Core PE Evidence of progress in practical core PE The stigma attached to PE Progress in PE is never linear Simple Notational Analysis in PE Do you baseline assess in PE? Increasing the Physical in PE A models based approach to PE: TGfU The practical value of time… Read More Drowning in the Shallow 2014-in-review