"They Should Talk To Us" - Inclusivity and Physical Education

Rossi, Tony (2005) "They Should Talk To Us" - Inclusivity and Physical Education.

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Title "They Should Talk To Us" - Inclusivity and Physical Education
Abstract/Summary The publication of the National Statements and Profiles documents in 1994 marked the culmination of significant and historic collaborations between the Commonwealth, States and Territories. The resulting Health and Physical Education Statement is a broad curriculum framework underpinned by the key principles of diversity, social justice and supportive environments. These principles were significant in guiding and developing learning experiences, knowledge, skills, and values within HPE programs.
Keyword human movement studies
education
movement
curriculum
Date 2005-01-01
Subjects 321401 Exercise Physiology
Author Rossi, Tony
Open Access Status Other
Additional Notes Not yet published, draft version of a book chapter forthcoming in Tinning, MacCuaig and Hunter (eds) Teaching Health and Physical Education in Australian Primary Schools. To be published by Pearson Australia. Abstract not available - introductory paragraph substituted.

 
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