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Physical literacy : throughout the lifecourse

Whitehead, Margaret
New York : Routledge, 2010

The term ‘physical literacy’ describes the motivation, confidence, physical competence, understanding and knowledge that individuals develop in order to maintain physical activity at an appropriate level throughout their life. Physical literacy encompasses far more than physical education in schools or structured sporting activities, offering instead a broader conception of physical activity, unrelated to ability. Through the use of particular ...


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Physical children, active teaching : investigating physical literacy

Maude, Patricia
Maidenhead (UK) : Open University Press, 2009

- How can children achieve their entitlement to gain physical literacy and to become physically educated?
- How can parents and teachers ensure that children's movement development and movement education are of the highest quality?
- What are the most appropriate contexts for facilitating children's physicality?

The book describes children's physical and movement development and analyses progression in motor skills from elementary to mature ...


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The impact of circus arts instruction on the physical literacy of children in grades 4 and 5

Kiez, Tia K. M. ; Kriellaars, Dean
Winnipeg : University of Manitoba, 2015

The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of circus arts instruction on the physical literacy (PL) of children in grades 4 and 5. Methods: A prospective, clustered, quasi-experimental design was used to compare schools with circus arts instruction in physical education class (PE CIRCUS) to three matched schools using standard Physical Health and Education curriculum delivery (PE). PL assessments were obtained at the beginning and end ...


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The impact of circus arts instruction in physical education on the physical literacy of children in grades 4 and 5

Kriellaars, Dean ; Cairney, John ; Bortoleto, Marco Antonio Coelho ; Kiez, Tia K. M. ; Dudley, Dean ; Aubertin, Patrice
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education vol.38 n°2, p.162-170 , 2019

Objective: To examine the impact of circus arts instruction in physical education (PE) on the physical literacy of children in Grades 4 and 5.

Methods: A clustered, quasi-experimental design was used comparing children in schools with circus arts instruction in physical education (n = 101) with children in socioeconomic status-matched schools using standard PE instruction (n = 110). Physical literacy assessments performed at the beginning and e...


Cote : 372.860 1 K478i 2019

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ETUDES, GUIDES ET RAPPORTS

PLAY self

PLAY - Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth ; Kriellaars, Dean ; Robillard, Benjamin
Victoria : Canadian Sport for Life, 2013

Anyone can use PLAYself with a particular child or group of children: parents, coaches, exercise professionals, physiotherapists, athletic therapists and recreation professionals.

When used in conjunction with the other PLAY tools, PLAYself helps to establish a baseline assessment of the child’s current level of physical literacy. Parents, coaches, exercise professionals and others can then use the baseline to create goals for each child and ...


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PLAY parents

PLAY - Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth ; Kriellaars, Dean ; Robillard, Benjamin
Victoria : Canadian Sport for Life, 2013

PLAYparent should be filled out by a parent of a child aged seven and up. This assessment provides one perspective of a child’s level of physical literacy, while the other PLAY tools provide perspectives from trained professionals and others. This information can help identify positive and negative factors that affect the child’s ability to live an active lifestyle. [editor summary]


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PLAY Fun

PLAY - Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth ; Kriellaars, Dean ; Robillard, Benjamin
Victoria : Canadian Sport for Life, 2013

Since PLAYfun involves the assessment of specific skills, the evaluator must have some education in movement and motion analysis. This could include NCCP-certified coaches, exercise professionals, physiotherapists, athletic therapists or other sport and recreation practitioners. These individuals must have the knowledge to accurately assess the child’s technique, and must be able to identify gaps in the child’s development when assessing each ...


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PLAY basic

PLAY - Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth ; Kriellaars, Dean ; Robillard, Benjamin
Victoria : Canadian Sport for Life, 2013

Since PLAYbasic involves the assessment of specific skills, the evaluator must have some education in movement and motion analysis. This could include NCCP-certified coaches, exercise professionals, physiotherapists or other sport practitioners. These individuals must have the knowledge to accurately assess the child’s technique, and must be able to identify gaps and weaknesses. [editor summary]


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PLAY coach

PLAY - Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth ; Kriellaars, Dean ; Robillard, Benjamin
Victoria : Canadian Sport for Life, 2013

PLAYcoach should be used by a person with a very good understanding of human movement and with formal movement analysis training. This assessment provides one perspective of a child’s level of physical literacy, while the other PLAY tools each provide a different perspective. [editor summary]


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Building a repertoire : exploring the role of active play in improving physical literacy in children

De Rossi, Patrizio
Gloucestershire, Royaume-Uni, [2012]


Cote : 372.860 1 D4377b 2012

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