TEACH – physical education, guided methods of learning

Reader’s Post #1 – “Everything & Nothing”

Chris Lowndes People go to school and they graduate. Teachers teach and sometimes pupils learn. Maybe the pupil learned only ...
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Language of the New Alchemy

Dave Wardman ‘[…] It is very difficult, almost impossible for [hu]men of different categories and of different modes of perception ...
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Critical Look #3 – My Own Work

Christine Ruffolo ‘Critical Look’ challenges the way systemic information is presented and questions the story being told. SYSTEMIC IDEOLOGY: Create ...
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The Physically Educated Individual

Alex Sporticus With every government initiative in education there are unforeseen consequences. The current drive to build character through sport ...
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Roundtable #12 – Discipleship

DOES A DEEP DIVE OR GENERALIZED TREADING HELP CULTIVATE UNIQUE PERSPECTIVES? What draws you to a particular practice? Why do ...
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Opening the Potential

Craig Mallett Over the many years I have been training and teaching I have regularly observed a phenomenon that I ...
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Shaping the Game

Alex Sporticus At the heart of a games based approach to teaching is the challenge to the centrality of learning ...
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The Dangers of Misinterpreting Coaching Cues

Tom Morrison I’m really excited about writing this one as it really brings home to me what “coaching” actually is ...
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Teaching Kids Weightlifting

Christine Ruffolo A PE teacher on one side of the country texts her trainer pal on the other: “I was ...
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Silent Coaching

Alex Sporticus Imagine this scene: The pupils are silent as they file into the exam hall. Their names are checked, valuables ...
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