We all remember how we were taught to run Physical Education classes during our teacher preparation courses. Is that still relevant to our students today? Has anything changed? If yes, how can we respond to this change? These are real questions that administrators, teachers, and parents need to tackle and answer. During this session, we will try to reflect upon some of the traditional ways of teaching Physical Education and how they need to evolve in order to become relevant to students who live and grow in a different world than that when most standards and criteria were created. We will also unpack the concept of relevance and discuss practical theories and methodologies that must be present in every Physical Education lesson, so teachers can help grow students who are physically literate, but also able to respond and thrive in a continually changing world.
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