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”
Note: although this post is from an Alberta-based perspective, we are confident it can be applied to other jurisdictions… On Sunday, March 15th, the Minister of Alberta Education closed schools indefinitely. March 20th, the government released: Student learning during COVID-19: Guidelines for continuing K… Continue Reading “Health and Physical Education in the Midst of a Pandemic”
Never fear, the next post in my physical literacy series is coming. SLOWLY, but coming. For now, this YouTube video caught my eye and I wanted to say just a few words about it. Please watch – then read. Novak Djokovic vs. Dylan Alcott… Continue Reading “We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Program for this message…”
We join our hero as he realizes it has been over 3 months since his last post… Speaking of Physical Literacy Part 3: An Introduction to Physical Literacy Praxis Right. So suddenly it is 2016. MARCH 2016! I am not sure how so much… Continue Reading “An Introduction to Physical Literacy Praxis”
Speaking of Physical Literacy, Part 2: Becoming Travel Agents In March 2015, Ever Active Schools hosted a Physical Literacy Summit in Calgary, Alberta. I was invited to close the Summit and chose the following title for my talk: Becoming Travel Agents for a Storied… Continue Reading “BE a Travel Agent”
Over the past 9 months I have been privileged to be able to speak at a number of Physical Literacy ‘Summit’ type events across Canada. After reviewing my notes and doing some thinking about the many conversations with individuals very passionate about physical education… Continue Reading “Speaking of Physical Literacy…”
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