Is physical education contributing to develop physically literate persons? Highlights from a pilot study with university students


Physical education (PE) main goal is to develop physically literate individuals (SHAPE, 2013; Whitehead, 2010). Further research is needed to explore the contribution of PE for physical literacy (PL) (Whitehead, 2010) after... [ view full abstract ]


  1. João Martins (University of Lisbon)
  2. Marcos Onofre (University of Lisbon)
  3. António Rodrigues (University of Lisbon)
  4. Ana Quitério (University of Lisbon)
  5. Francisco Carreiro da Costa (Portuguese University of Humanities and Technologies)

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• Innovative perspectives on physical education, physical activity, health and wellbeing a


PS2-L » Quality and Difference in Performance (15:15 - Thursday, 26th July, Cowan, St Leonard's Hall)

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