The International Sport and Culture Association is leading a consortium of 11 partners from the grassroots sport, education, health sectors and physical literacy experts who are paving the way for the concept of physical literacy to be recognised internationally as a lifelong journey that encompasses physical, affective and cognitive dimensions.
Physical literacy puts the individual at the heart of the enterprise. This blog will look at the roots of this commitment and the implications of a person-centred relationship with an individual. Particular reference will be made to the importance of empathy. Physical Literacy The definition of physical literacy describes this human capability as a disposition whereby ‘the individual has the … Read More
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