The empowering role of critical thinking in motor competency development in high quality primary physical education


High quality physical education offers pupils inclusive and accessible opportunities to acquire the skills and ‘wherewithal’ to be able adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Current trends depict a reduction in pupil... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Alison Murray (University of Roehampton)
  2. David Kirk (University of Strathclyde)
  3. George Woods (University of Texas-Corpus Christi)
  4. Bhavin Patel (Citimedical NYC)
  5. Emerick Kaitell (University of Roehampton)

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


PS3-L » Oral - Children and young people teaching and learning (17:00 - Thursday, 26th July, Cowan)

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