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3 distinctions PE Teachers should know

Drowning in the Shallow

When we reduce things down to its simplest level the PE Teacher has only two things they have any control over to influence children’s learning in PE and making it a meaningful experience. The second is their teaching behaviours … Continue reading 3 distinctions PE Teachers should know →

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PE Teacher With a Flatulence Problem

Physical Education Update

The following video, entitled “Simmer Down,” portrays a PE teacher with a flatulence problem. Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.com To check out the PE Update.com website, Click Here! To subscribe to the free Fun Stuff for PE Newsletter, Click Here! tags]physical education teacher,pe teacher [/tags]

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8 Tips – How to Reduce PE Teacher Workload

PE Scholar

Are you a PE teacher struggling with an overwhelming workload? Many PE teachers face the challenge of balancing teaching, planning, You’re not alone!

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Dear PE Teacher, This is HOW to use TheEverLearner.com

The Everlearner

Dear PE teachers, customers and colleagues, This is a blog post I have been wanting to write for a very, very long time. I am writing it for current PE-teacher-users of TheEverLearner.com and in the hope that prospective PE-teacher-users might read it too.

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Securing your first PE teacher job

PE Scholar

Luke Jones shares his experience of a relentless pursuit to secure his first pe teacher job and how he got his first teaching post.

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Being a PE Teacher: All You Need to Know

PE Scholar

In this article, we want to head back to basics, to discuss what a PE teacher is, how you become one, how to be a good one, and much more.

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10 GCSE Biology Teaching Points Relevant to GCSE PE Teachers (Part 1)

The Everlearner

Dear PE teachers, I wanted to take the opportunity to write a series of ideas that might help you to unite your teaching with GCSE PE with the experiences that students receive in GCSE biology. Therefore, I thought this post might support GCSE PE teachers in understanding their students' experiences as a whole.