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Is Physical Education (PE) Universal?

Reinventing the Game

The amount of administration to support teaching seems to have almost overwhelm actual direct teaching matters. So recently, it has been crazy.

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Coaching using Play with Purpose

Learning Through Sport

Some of the elements which contribute to play with purpose are: Practice is game-centred, but not game only : Play is the core element of training/lessons, but directive teaching is not excluded.

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So what now in Physical Education (PE)? A personal reflection.

Reinventing the Game

Without making this paragraph a whole chapter on cognitive models, I still strongly support the idea of cognition as embedded in what we do. This may point to the possibility that our understanding of learning (a cognitive process) does not embrace enough the internal processes that happens.

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Structures and Ecology: Linear facilitation processes vis-à-vis non-linear developmental processes in Physical Education (PE)

Reinventing the Game

As I teach less towards year-end, administrative work pile up, thoughts become preoccupied with non-direct teaching matters. It was clear that reflective mood is directly proportional to how much on-the-ground teaching and observation is happening, at least for me.