Opening the door to more. | @ImSporticus

My very first lesson as a qualified teacher was also nearly my very last. I was teaching Olympic Gymnastics to 34 Year 11 boys; rings, pommels, parallel bars, vaulting and floor work. Thankfully I had the chance to tweak my lesson as I had the opportunity to watch Noel, a very experienced member of the… Read More Opening the door to more.

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Opening the door to more. | @ImSporticus

  My very first lesson as a qualified teacher was also nearly my very last. I was teaching Olympic Gymnastics to 34 Year 11 boys; rings, pommels, parallel bars, vaulting and floor work. Thankfully I had the chance to tweak my lesson as I had the opportunity to watch Noel, a very experienced member of … Continue reading “Opening the door to more.”

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The PE Playbook – March 2018 Edition | @ImSporticus

  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 … Continue reading “The PE Playbook – March 2018 Edition”

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The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition | @ImSporticus

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… Read More The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition

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The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition | @ImSporticus

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 … Continue reading “The PE Playbook – February 2018 Edition”

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