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The PE Playbook – July 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month Martin Bingisser is an athletics and throws coach who is the founder of Hmmr Media. His website Hmmr Media is a treasure trove of useful resources for the PE Teacher. Whether it is the articles from himself or other regular contributors on a range of topics such as Periodization & Planning, Sports Science, or Endurance. On […]

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The PE Playbook – June 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month Gordon MacLelland is an experienced PE Teacher and Youth coach who, after a 20-year career, has set up Working with parents in sport. The focus of his blog is to re-establish the working relationship between parent, coach and child in the hope that together they give the next generation of children every […]

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The PE Playbook – May 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month Not a blog but a podcast. The Teacher in Classroom 21 is a new podcast by James, Marta and Mike, the crew behind the EverLearner and MyPEExam. The focus of the podcast is on what a modern world classroom looks like, with guests invited on to share their opinions and to […]

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The PE Playbook – April 2018 Edition

Blogger of the Month This month it is my old friend Nick Hill who blogs at Nick Hill Coaching. Nick is a seasoned teacher of physical education and youth sports coach who has sought out a variety of different experiences from England to Chile and back again to better his practice. Even after all this, he […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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The PE Playbook – December 2017 Edition

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 2017. If you are interested in PE or Youth Sport then you should definitely consider following them. PE Playbook – January 2017 […]

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The PE Playbook – November 2017 Edition

Blogger of the Month I have been reading Sean D’Arcy’s blog Right Back on the Bench for just over three years. Sean is a youth football coach who has a clear passion for improving his subject knowledge and pedagogy. It is infectious, but what I really like about Sean’s blog is his willingness to share the […]

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The PE Playbook – October 2017 Edition

Blogger of the Month Chris Beardsley is an independent researcher in Strength and Conditioning. His website Strength and Conditioning Research is full of excellent analysis of recent S & C articles however recently he has started blogging at SandCResearch on Medium where he promises to tell you how strength training works. As someone who is more and more […]