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Articles, Resources and material for "project based/report" scholarship in New Zealand beginning 2015
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Video: When it comes to sports success, genes matter most | Genetic Literacy Project

Video: When it comes to sports success, genes matter most | Genetic Literacy Project | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
David Epstein, author of "The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance" discusses the ways that human biological diversity impacts

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Drugs in sport: what constitutes 'unfair advantage'? - SBS

Drugs in sport: what constitutes 'unfair advantage'? - SBS | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
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Drugs in sport: what constitutes 'unfair advantage'?
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Before I go further, let me stress that I'm dealing here only with the use of drugs in sport deemed by officials to be performance enhancing to the point of creating an unfair advantage.

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Drugs in Sport, Part II: Why Do We Care?

Drugs in Sport, Part II: Why Do We Care? | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
I play devil's advocate here only to drive home the point: we need biological manipulation to make sport a spectacle. In fact, I will rephrase that: sport IS biological manipulation.

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'Naive' to think all Kiwi athletes clean - doping watchdog

'Naive' to think all Kiwi athletes clean  - doping watchdog | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Drug Free Sport NZ says some of our athletes sometimes return abnormal test results.

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Rethinking Drug Use in Sport: Why the war will never be won (Routledge Research in Sport, — Download

Download Here: http://tinyurl.com/q2663jx Drug free sport is an unattainable aspiration. In this critical, paradigm-shifting reappraisal of contemporary drug policy ...

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Let's just be honest and allow drugs in sport - Telegraph.co.uk

Let's just be honest and allow drugs in sport - Telegraph.co.uk | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Lifting the rules on doping and allowing athletes to use performance-enhancing drugs would be more honest - and more entertaining

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Do Sports and Other Physical Activities Build Self-Esteem?

Do Sports and Other Physical Activities Build Self-Esteem? | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Early positive experiences of sports develop healthy, confident players

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Depth of Knowledge Question Stems for Physical Education - The Official US Games Blog - Free Physical Education Resources, Activities Ideas, and Lesson Plans.

Depth of Knowledge Question Stems for Physical Education - The Official US Games Blog - Free Physical Education Resources, Activities Ideas, and Lesson Plans. | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Are you trying to understand rigor, depth of knowledge (DOK), and evaluation frameworks? What ever happened to good old-fashioned skill and fitness development?

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Great examples of questioning in PE

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Yahoo! Shine - Why Kids Need Physical Education

Yahoo! Shine - Why Kids Need Physical Education | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it

"Exercise isn't only good for your child's body; it also helps shape his mind. So why are schools cutting phys ed and outdoor play from the curriculum?."


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Drugs in sport: what constitutes 'unfair advantage'?

Drugs in sport: what constitutes 'unfair advantage'? | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it

At the heart of growing concern about performance enhancing drugs in Australian sport is the very basic matter of sport as an even contest.


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Counting the cost of doping in sport

Counting the cost of doping in sport | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
The murky world of doping in sport can have financial as well as sporting, social and health consequences.

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Drugs in sport: Wada post great honour: Gerrard - Otago Daily Times

Drugs in sport: Wada post great honour: Gerrard - Otago Daily Times | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
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Drugs in sport: Wada post great honour: Gerrard
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Dr Dave Gerrard has been given an important job in the fight against drug cheats by the World Anti Doping Agency.

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Is it time to lift the ban on drugs in sport? | Dan Travis | LinkedIn - Pulse

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Is it time to lift the ban on drugs in sport? | Dan Travis | LinkedIn
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A blanket ban on drug taking in sport produces suspicion and cynicism; something that destroys the sporting spectacle.

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Let's just be honest and allow drugs in sport - Telegraph.co.uk

Let's just be honest and allow drugs in sport - Telegraph.co.uk | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Lifting the rules on doping and allowing athletes to use performance-enhancing drugs would be more honest - and more entertaining

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Science Sunday: The Human Body is a MACHINE

Science Sunday: The Human Body is a MACHINE | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
By Shannon Grady, MS Exercise Physiologist, Owner/Founder Go! Athletics When I first started teaching human physiology as a graduate student, I have always equated the human body to the most well d...

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Netball: Low wages force players to quit early - Sport - NZ Herald News

Netball: Low wages force players to quit early - Sport - NZ Herald News | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
Low wages combined with ever increasing demands of the professional era is forcing some players from the sport too early, says the boss of the New Zealand netball players' association - New Zealand Herald

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This scoop will give the class a real life example of the inequities between men's and women's sport. It highlights the lack of funding and sponsorship netball receives, which links to low player wages. This forces some players to quit the game early - something which rarely happens in men's sport.

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This scoop will give the class a real life example of the inequities between men's and women's sport. It highlights the lack of funding and sponsorship netball receives, which links to low player wages. This forces some players to quit the game early - something which rarely happens in men's sport.

Emily Scott's curator insight, August 5, 2015 6:03 AM

This scoop will give the class a real life example of the inequities between men's and women's sport. It highlights the lack of funding and sponsorship netball receives, which links to low player wages. This forces some players to quit the game early - something which rarely happens in men's sport.

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New Zealand Scholarship Physical Education » NZQA

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Intial information regarding the new report format for scholarship 2015

Workshop coming at beginning of 2015

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Today's kids less fit than their parents were - Washington Post

Today's kids less fit than their parents were - Washington Post | Level 3 and Scholarship PE | Scoop.it
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Today's kids less fit than their parents were
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Only one-third of American kids do now. “Kids aren't getting enough opportunities to build up that activity over the course of the day,” Daniels said.
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