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  • User AvatarANDREA These are great resources. Thank you – Mar 27, 6:41 PM
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  1. Getting That Physical Education Job

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    In our latest guest blog, Phil Cocks shares some of his own advice and guidance on getting that all important Physical Education job. With over 7 years experience and being involved in 11 recruiting processes, this post will hopefully serve as a starting point to help people avoid making the same mistakes seen time and time again.
  2. Effective Questioning Idea

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    I recently came across this fantastic effective questioning resource that I felt was worth a blog post. I have been using it within my lessons recently and it has really helped add to the variety and range of questioning techniques I use to try and engage all learners in questioning, acting as an AFL tool and active questioning strategy. So here it is, try it for yourself and let us know how you get on.
  3. Creating a Sporting Legacy from London 2012

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    This post outlines my top five suggestions for keeping motivated and continuing to inspire a generation long after the roars from the Olympic stadium and atmosphere of the Olympic and Paralympic games have become fond but faint memories of the sporting summer of 2012.
  4. Physical Education and School Sport and the Development of an Active and Healthy Lifestyle

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    Regular physical activity has long been regarded as an important component of a healthy lifestyle. Recently, this importance has been reinforced with the increase in emphasis on combating obesity levels, along with new scientific evidence reinforcing the effects of regular physical activity in association with a wide array of physiological and psychological health benefits. Despite this evidence and the public's apparent acceptance of the importance of physical activity, millions of adults and children remain essentially sedentary.