Really useful physical education book : learning and teaching across the 11-16 age range / edited by Gary Stidder and Sid HayesMaterial type: TextSeries: Really useful series: Publisher: London : Routledge 2017Edition: Second editionDescription: xix, 269 pages : illustrations ; 30 cmISBN: 9781138187153Subject(s): Physical education and training -- Study and teaching -- Study and teachingLOC classification: GV363 | R13 2017
|Philippine Christian University Manila Faculty
|GV363 R43 2017 (Browse shelf)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part I 1. Introduction Gary Stidder and Sid Hayes 2. Learning and Teaching Physical Education Gary Stidder and Sid Hayes 3. Health and safety issues in Physical Education Mark Jordan and Amanda Livingstone Part II 4. Learning and Teaching through games activities John Lambert and Tracy Killingley 5. Learning and Teaching through Alternative Activities Jon Binney and Warren Smart 6. Learning and Teaching through Adapted Activities Gary Stidder and Sid Hayes 7. Learning and Teaching through Artistic activities Lucy Pocknell and Fiona Smith 8. Learning and Teaching through Aesethic activities Jon Binney and Debra Barrett 9. Learning and Teaching through Adventurous activities Gary Stidder and Kevin Morton 10. Learning and Teaching through Athletic activities Gary Stidder 11. Learning and Teaching through Aquatic activities Jon Binney 12. Learning and Teaching for health benefits; the use of Aerobic AND Anaerobic Activities? James Wallis, Rob Harley and Floris Pietzsch Part III 13. Values-based Learning and Teaching in Physical Education Graham Spacey 14. Thematic Learning and Teaching in Physical Education Gary Stidder and Sue Perry 15. Learning and Teaching accredited courses in Physical Education Simon Green 16. Learning and Teaching through the use of new and emerging digital technologies in Physical Education Kevin Morton
This guide is designed to provide practicing and trainee teachers in the primary school with the practical, engaging ideas you need to teach PE imaginatively.