Our third Research Café will be taking place on Thursday 8th July, 10:30am BST. We are delighted to announce that Dr James Rudd and Will Roberts will be joining us ahead of the release of their new book ‘The importance of play in supporting physical literacy’ released on the 28th June. Routledge have kindly granted IPLA members free access to … Read More
In this months webinar we discussed the paper “Rationalizing teachers roles in developing and assessing physical literacy in children” with Inimfon Essiet (@Innymfon). Thank you to Inimfon and all attendees for their participation. Inomfon has kindly made her slides available to IPLA members If you enjoyed this event please join us for our next Research Cafe on July 8th.
Our second Research Café will be taking place on Friday 11th June, 10:30am BST. We are delighted to announce that Inimfon Essiet will be joining us to speak about her paper “Rationalizing teacher roles in developing and assessing physical literacy in children”. We know this is a topic many of our members are passionate about, but we’d also like to … Read More
We are pleased to announce our first Research Café will be taking place on May 4th, 10am BST with our guest speaker Lisa Young. This 30 minute webinar will be an opportunity for questions and discussion focussing on Lisa’s paper “Physical literacy: a concept analysis“. We do advise you read the paper before attending (please get in contact if you … Read More
On the 10th of March Dr Liz Durden-Myers (@LizDurdenMyers) alongside Ali Oliver MBE (CEO of the YST) and Sue Wilkinson MBE (CEO of AfPE) presented evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee for Sport and Recreation. The House of Lords Committee aim to consult a range of experts to help guide a National Plan for Sport and Recreation as … Read More
Webinar 27th January 7.30pm GMT Presenter: Nate Babcock – Elementary PE Coordinator-PYLUSD and PE Specialist- Fairmont Elementary School. Responder: Margaret Whitehead – President of the IPLA Host: Nigel Green – Chair of the IPLA A blog (https://medium.com/@coachnateb/toward-better-whys-and-what-s-of-p-e-833976cedf9 ) posted by Nate Babcock sparked a great discussion between Nate, Margaret Whitehead and Nigel Green. The IPLA were keen to explore the philosophical … Read More
Special Interest Group Lead (Older Adult) (Voluntary) The Special Interest Group Lead is expected to be a current member of the IPLA who can contribute to the overall governance and strategic development of the Association. They should have significant experience related to the promotion of physical literacy and ideally have either completed the Foundation Course or be familiar with its … Read More
Teacher Training The IPLA were approached by International Council of Sport and Physical Education (ICSSPE) to see if they would take part in a teacher training programme that was being run in India for in-service teachers. This training programme is the second 25 day programme that has been scheduled, whereby teachers in a specific region sign up for 25 days of … Read More