In this eposide I teamed up with fellow professor and podcaster Dr. Risto Marttinen to discuss a collaborative action research project with Dr. Pill and an Australian Rules Football Coach who enacted a Game Sense Approach to his coaching. The podcast explains what Game Sense is (which has similar features to PPed. We further discuss the differences between Game Sense and TGfU and the Tactical Games Model, as well as the crossover that physical education teachers can have while implementing these approaches in a PE setting.
Shane Pill (@Pilly66) is an Associate Professor at Flinders University in Adelaide Australia. Shane is the author of six books on the concept of Play with Purpose using a Game Sense approach for PE teaching and sport coaching. He has also published the text Perspectives on Athlete Centred Coaching. Shane was a major contributing writer to the Cricket Australia S'Cool Cricket resource, the Tennis Australia game-based Primary and Secondary Schools Tennis resources, and the revised AFL Sport Education program. He has published over 100 scholarly and academic papers, and is an internationally popular speaker and workshop presenter.
You can access the Paper Here: http://uvadoc.uva.es/bitstream/10324/23806/1/AEFD-2016-1-implementing-game-sense.pdf
Risto Marttinen (@RistoMarttinen)'s podcast can be found on iTunes and is called "Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education"