This book advocates for using concepts rather than contexts to drive the learning based on students’ needs at the time and for getting HPE (Health and Physical Education) to work together effectively with other areas of the curriculum.
Fresh and creative ideas to bring the curriculum alive in your school
Providing high-quality HPE (Health and Physical Education) in an innovative, student-centred and holistic way sounds great in theory but putting it into practice can be more demanding in the face of a packed school curriculum and protests that “we’ve always done it this way”. Recognising these challenges, Health and Physical Education for All gives you a great place to start and plenty of motivation to keep on the path to an engaging and inclusive programme in, through and about movement.
This book advocates for using concepts rather than contexts to drive the learning based on students’ needs at the time and for getting HPE to work together effectively with other areas of the curriculum. In showing you how, it offers many practical examples of what your HPE plans could look like and ideas to strengthen school systems and structures to support HPE. You’ll also find quick “pick up and go” ideas that you can adapt to suit your purpose and key concepts in your school, as well as to put well-being at the centre of the learning. Use these fresh ideas to make HPE a rich learning experience and just plain fun for all primary and intermediate students.
Recommended ages: 5-12
5-8 Years, 8-12 Years
A4 Teacher Guide (including photocopiable templates) – 64 Pages
Carla Werder, Ricky Bakker
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