Category: Philosophy

Physical Literacy Praxis: AN evidence Based Framework for Your Review

Hey #physed’ers! It’s been awhile since I posted anything about physical literacy (like, 2 years…). Oh well – sometimes formulating ideas, searching for evidence and getting cool graphics designed just takes time! What follows is an introduction to a framework that I’ve been working… Continue Reading “Physical Literacy Praxis: AN evidence Based Framework for Your Review”

Teaching Joy

I was recently provided with an opportunity (thanks Centre for Teaching and Learning!) to share my teaching philosophy and some specific teaching strategies through a short video as part of a initiative called Inspiring Teaching. The best part was being able to feature the… Continue Reading “Teaching Joy”

Purposeful Teaching – My Philosophy

Twice in the past few years, I have had to develop and refine a teaching philosophy statement (required for a tenure application and an award nomination). I struggled a bit with trying to define how and why I teach the way I do. However,… Continue Reading “Purposeful Teaching – My Philosophy”

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