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Curriculum PE

Why Sport Education?

“Why Sport Education?” This was a question I was asked this week by a visitor on work experience. It’s a good question. 10 years ago when a colleague and I brought the model into our curriculum I’m not sure I could have given a proper coherent answer. We were tasked by our line manager to ‘re-engage […]

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Curriculum PE

Conversations in Sport Education

The model of Sports Education was designed by Daryll Siedentop. He felt that sport in Physical Education had been ‘decontextualised’, meaning it had been reduced to a shopping list of skills and tactics that needed to be taught and learnt before the game could be experienced. Not only did this take the primary focus of […]

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Curriculum PE

A models based approach to PE: Sport Education

Using Sport Education to develop Leadership and Management Sport Education is an alternative model of delivering Physical Education, which was created by┬áDaryl Sidentop in 1984. The traditional model of delivering Physical Education is through practice of a skill, progression of the skill and then game related practice focusing on the skill. What Sport Education tries […]