Month: September 2018

Too many kids in #physed

OK, this will be a super quick post in response to a Twitter conversation about large class sizes in #physed. 1. It’s a problem. 2. The issue also extends beyond class size and includes class composition (thanks Glenn Young!). 3. PE teachers let this… Continue Reading “Too many kids in #physed”

Ticked, Conflicted and (eventually) Motivated.

Full disclosure: I really (really, really) struggled with this post. It has eaten up a lot of hours and gone through at least four separate iterations before reaching this one (which, to be honest, I am still not totally happy with). In between writing,… Continue Reading “Ticked, Conflicted and (eventually) Motivated.”

www.jogilvie.com/

Navigating through the world of 21st century education

Laura Grace Weldon

Free Range Learning, Creative Living, Gentle Encouragement, Big Questions, Poetry, Occasional Drollery

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Learning About Meaningful Physical Education

EmanciPLAYtion

Emancipation Through Dialogue, Inquiry, Introspection, Praxis, and PLAY!

physedjames

Moving Forward - A Blog for PE Teachers

#slowchatPE

A question a day for Teachers with an emphasis on Health/PE

SLC Alumni Association

Crossing The Chasm from Good to Great Through Authentic Leadership

Physical Education & Sport VLOGs

This site provides video based blogs on areas of interest in physical education and sport pedagogy

Artie Kamiya's Wonderful & Random PE Blog

"Committed to Keeping Physical with Education"

drowningintheshallow

PE, Youth Sport and Physical Activity

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