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Pedagogical Excellence in Physical Education

Learning through movement, learning about movement and learning movement

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SEIZING THE MOMENT: CAN GAME SENSE FURTHER INFORM SPORT TEACHING IN AUSTRALIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION?

Physical & Health Education Academic Journal, Vol 3, No 1 (2011)

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TGfU – a rekindled love affair

TGfU – a rekindled love affair | TGfU | Scoop.it
When I did my teacher training at The Chelsea School Of PE @ the University of Brighton back in 1998 I remember quite vividly the module we studied called 'Teaching through the Game'.

Although I...
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TGfU and Game Sense

TGfU and Game Sense | TGfU | Scoop.it
RT @pilly66: Richard Light explains the relationship between TGfU and Game Sense http://t.co/u9xcxeug...
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Connecting different approaches to teaching gaes that are focused on learning from playing the game.

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ThePhysicalEducator.com

We're Physical Educators, just like you.

A few years back, we were growing frustrated with how people would react when we'd tell them that we taught Physical Education. "Oh, you're a gym teacher" or "How hard can it be to teach dodgeball?" was usually what they would say. And who can blame them? Historically, Physical Educators have been stereotyped as teachers who love to coast: they wouldn't lesson plan, only give good grades to the super athletes, look sloppy at work, etc.

But that's not the case with us and, if you're reading this, its probably not the case with you either. We know that there are amazing Physical Educators out there who are doing everything they can to keep their students engage in their learning. We know that there are Physical Educators who take pride in their work, who work overtime to find new ways to grow as professionals, and who are looking to get rid of that "gym" teacher stereotype once and for all.

If you are one of those teachers, then this site is for you.

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The Play SMART Research Project | LTiA Issue 10 | CeLT | MMU

The Play SMART Research Project | LTiA Issue 10 | CeLT | MMU | TGfU | Scoop.it
Learning and Teaching in Action is designed to bring you up to date with developments in learning and teaching at Manchester Metropolitan University and across the Manchester area. It is published termly by the Learning and Teaching Unit.
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Welcome to archive of EPHE 452 games units based on TGfU

Welcome to archive of EPHE 452 games units based on TGfU | TGfU | Scoop.it

Overview of Course in Uvic PE program

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Websites created by students applying a TGfU approach.

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Game Sense - teaching game intelligence

Game Sense - teaching game intelligence | TGfU | Scoop.it
Game Sense is an Australian sport adaptation of teaching games for understanding (RT @pilly66: New post - Game Sense - teaching game intelligence by @pilly66 on @scoopit http://t.co/ynwEPvAg...)...
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