Following a very successful visit to National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) in Taipei – August 2018, where I presented sessions on physical literacy to the 250 delegates at their Teaching Symposium, the university managed to access government funds to consider the future direction for physical education in the country. A select group of 80 teachers was chosen by the lead … Read More
Dr. Margaret Whitehead is due to launch her next book “Physical Literacy Across the World”. In the new book she makes reference to a number of resources and references that the IPLA have developed since its incorporation in 2014. These resources and references are identified below: IPLA and Associated Resources for PLAW Physical Literacy Charting Progress Tool – Physical Literacy … Read More
IPLA Request for Support The IPLA has been expanding its interests and influence over the last four years and we are in a position now where we feel that we need to engage more of our members in more active roles. We have the AGM scheduled for Wednesday 28th November 2018 (via Skype) and this will allow us to appoint … Read More
A literature search of “physical literacy” and “Canada” (all text) was conducted using three common electronic databases: ProQuest Research Library (ProQuest), SAGE Journals Online, and SPORTDiscus. The databases were chosen because, together, they encompass a comprehensive catalogue of education and physical education literature. The searches were limited to English, peer-reviewed journal articles published between 1 June 1987 and 1 June 2017 (a 30-year period).
The IPLA Early Years Group is a group of mixed professionals made up from experienced, well qualified representatives across the Early Childhood Education sector. Inspired by the 2017 IPLA Conference, the group held its first meeting in London last month, and discussed many great ideas and examples of good practice regarding physical literacy in early years. With the timely release … Read More