Mikael Quennerstedt states that “…the only real sustainable aim for physical education is more physical education” In other words, we want to impact on behaviours – for those students who are inactive or only slightly active, we want them to find a place for regular physical activity in their lives. In theory, for those students who are already active, we want them to sustain their activity. However, that is not always coincide with our practice. This session explores how physical educators can draw upon behaviour change theories and practices to support this universal goal. Jordan and Greg will show how such theories can be applied with the support of miMove, a new app that allows PE staff to gain live self-reported, data that shows how each and every student is engaging with PA (or isn’t).
 Quennerstedt, M. (2019) ‘Physical education and the art of teaching: transformative learning and teaching in physical education and sports pedagogy’, Sport, Education and Society: Creating Thriving and Sustainable Futures in Physical Education, Health and Sport; Guest Editors: Malcolm Thorburn, Shirley Gray and Justen O’Connor, 24(6), pp.611-623.
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