TEACH – physical education, guided methods of learning

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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On Teaching

Michael Ryan I think we often mistake teaching for being told what to do by someone. Is explicit instruction good ...
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A Man Waves

Nick Konow View this post on Instagram Maybe the best Monday morning tutorial most of you WON’T DO. #DANCEMINUTE got ...
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Asking Students Better Questions

Alex Sporticus RECTIFYING A WEEK OF INEFFECTIVE QUESTIONING The PE Teacher has four clear ‘verbal’ ways to shape the learning ...
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Coaching Feeling

Jenn Pilotti I was talking with a physical therapist a few weeks ago. He has worked with everything from professional ...
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Affective Movement

Alex Sporticus The art of teaching, at its very core, is constant decision making and problem-solving in a dynamic environment ...
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Neo-Guild Structure for the 21st Century

Dave Wardman [*] Historical perspectives One of the long term projects happening behind the scenes at Physical Alchemy involves changes ...
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