Gary Stidder and Gerald Griggs examine the teaching of health-related exercise within the revised National Curriculum for Physical Education, which now commands a standalone place within the range and content of activities under the heading ‘Exercising safely and effectively’. They invite readers to rip up the proverbial rule book and consider the teaching of alternative physical activities in order to appeal to greater numbers of pupils.
|Title of host publication||Equity and inclusion in physical education and sport|
|Editors||Gary Stidder, GORDON HAYES|
|Place of Publication||London, UK|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Sep 2012|
Stidder, G., & Griggs, G. (2012). Healthism and the obesity discourse: approaches to inclusive health education through alternative physical education. In G. Stidder, & GORDON. HAYES (Eds.), Equity and inclusion in physical education and sport (pp. 190-208). London, UK: Taylor & Francis.