• September 29, 2021

Physical education games: A new way of studying science

Physical education has become a hot topic for students, teachers and parents, with more than 500 million people in the UK studying physical education in 2020.But while the science of physical education is becoming increasingly accessible, it has remained inaccessible for many.Professor John Fauci from the University of Sussex is taking the challenge of providing…

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Why are physical education teachers still so reluctant to teach physical education?

Physically-acclaimed teachers of the future will teach physical-education subjects like aerobics, weightlifting and even martial arts, a new survey suggests.And many of the more popular subjects like karate, judo and handball are still underrepresented, despite being highly sought-after.The survey, which was released Monday by the National Council of Teachers of Physical Education, looked at more…

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When does physical education need to become a ‘physics app’

When does a physical education app need to be a physics app?It’s not easy to say, but it’s definitely the case in many parts of the world.There are plenty of apps that use physics concepts, such as the Apple App Store’s app, the National Geographic Physics App, and many others.And yet the apps that offer…

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What’s wrong with the word ‘physical’?

Physical education and science teachers are often expected to show up on time for their classes, but not always. A new book by the University of Exeter’s Professor Mark Dibb is challenging the way teachers are taught, and how they are expected to interact with their students.The new book, Caduceus: How Physical Education Can Lead to Academic…

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