Competence: A Debate | @ImSporticus

Every week on Twitter I see people engaged in a debate about the importance of ‘competence’ as a key factor in of ensuring lifelong movement. The debate generally involves two competing positions; competence is not a key factor or that a very narrow view of competence is a key factor. I don’t think this is … Continue reading Competence: A Debate

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The PE Playbook – December 2017 Edition | @ImSporticus

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… Read More The PE Playbook – December 2017 Edition

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The PE Playbook – December 2017 Edition | @ImSporticus

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 … Continue reading The PE Playbook – December 2017 Edition

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Top 5s of 2017 – PE, Youth Sport and Personal Development | @ImSporticus

Life is ultimately absurd, but at the end of 2017, I have managed to find some professional and personal peace. A clear purpose and meaning in both, not in the global sense but a more local and individualised one is able to overcome where the absurd may lead. The betterment of myself for the betterment of… Read More Top 5s of 2017 – PE, Youth Sport and Personal Development

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Drowning in the Shallow 2017-in-review | @ImSporticus

The 10 Most Read Posts of 2017 1. 4 domains of learning in Physical Education (written in 2015) Physical Education is a contested subject and will always remain to be so. Should we PE Teachers focus on the physical, or should we focus on the education? A Twitter survey of PE Teachers on what makes a good student of… Read More Drowning in the Shallow 2017-in-review

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Top 5s of 2017 – PE, Youth Sport and Personal Development | @ImSporticus

Life is ultimately absurd, but at the end of 2017, I have managed to find some professional and personal peace. A clear purpose and meaning in both, not in the global sense but a more local and individualised one is able to overcome where the absurd may lead. The betterment of myself for the betterment of … Continue reading Top 5s of 2017 – PE, Youth Sport and Personal Development

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Drowning in the Shallow 2017-in-review | @ImSporticus

The 10 Most Read Posts of 2017 1. 4 domains of learning in Physical Education (written in 2015) Physical Education is a contested subject and will always remain to be so. Should we PE Teachers focus on the physical, or should we focus on the education? A Twitter survey of PE Teachers on what makes a good student of … Continue reading Drowning in the Shallow 2017-in-review

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