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Doug Gleddie

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Reimagining School Sport with Dr. Doug Gleddie, Dr. Lauren Sulz, and Jonathan Mauro

The Podclass

Jamie is joined by Dr. Doug Gleddie, Dr. Lauren Sulz and Jonathan Mauro to discuss all things school sports. They look at the ways school sports are part of a healthy school community, what benefits they provide to students who participate, and how school sports can be reimagined so more students can benefit. Additional resources:The Podclass: Electives on SpotifyThe Podclass: Electives on Amazon MusicMore platforms coming soon!

52mins

27 Apr 2021

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Meaningful PE 2 with Doug Gleddie

Global PhysEd Voxcast

Douglas L. Gleddie, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta. He teaches physical education curriculum and pedagogy to undergraduate students. He also teaches graduate courses in health and physical education, reflective practice, physical literacy and research methods. Dr. Gleddie’s research foci include: narratives of physical education; school sport; physical literacy praxis; meaningful physical education and; teacher education. @doug_gleddie https://purposefulmovement.net https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com

55mins

20 Apr 2019

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Episode 20: Social media as professional development with Dr. Doug Gleddie

Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education

This podcast is a pedagogical case of Joey (@joeyfeith) and how he uses social media as professional development in physical education. Dr. Gleddie discusses his practice through a PETE, Foucauldian, and anthropologic perspective. This chapter is from a book on digital technologies and learning (see below) Dr. Gleddie is an Associate Professor at the University of Alberta (Elementary Physical Education). A full description of Doug's academic endeavors can be found at https://www.ualberta.ca/education/about-us/professor-profiles/douglas-gleddie This is his awesome blog https://purposefulmovement.net/Twitter @doug_gleddieFull cite of chapter:Gleddie, D., Feith, J., Howe, P., Larsson, H., Cale, L., & Casey, A. (2017). Joey: Social media as a tool for professional development. In A. Casey, V. Goodyear, & K. Armour (Eds.), Digital technologies and learning in physical education: Pedagogical cases (pp. 121–136). New York, NY: Routledge--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support

31mins

15 Jan 2019

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Doug Gleddie | Unnatural Consequences

PhysEdcast

Physical Education is not a privilege to be denied as punishment. In this episode I chat with Dr. Doug Gleddie from the University of Alberta and we discuss how the missing of #PhysEd and recess are often used as punishment for misbehavior.

40mins

23 Aug 2018

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EP 53 – Doug Gleddie and Lauren Sulz – Play, School Sport, and Finding Joy in Movement

The Athlete Development Show

It’s a pleasure to introduce two guests on the show today. The first, is Dr Doug Gleddie (@doug_gleddie), Associate Professor of Elementary Physical Education at the University of Alberta, in Canada. Doug is a qualitative researcher, has 22 years’ experience of teaching behind him, and has worked with a wide variety of people and organisations […]The post EP 53 – Doug Gleddie and Lauren Sulz – Play, School Sport, and Finding Joy in Movement appeared first on AUT Millennium News.

1hr 6mins

7 Jun 2018

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EP 53 – Doug Gleddie and Lauren Sulz – Play, School Sport, and Finding Joy in Movement

The Athlete Development Show

It’s a pleasure to introduce two guests on the show today. The first, is Dr Doug Gleddie (@doug_gleddie), Associate Professor of Elementary Physical Education at the University of Alberta, in Canada. Doug is a qualitative researcher, has 22 years’ experience of teaching behind him, and has worked with a wide variety of people and organisations across Canada and around the world. My second guest on the show today is one of Doug’s colleagues, Dr Lauren Sulz (@Lauren_Sulz). Lauren is an Assistant Professor with a focus on physical education and health. Lauren completed her doctoral research at the University of Victoria under the supervision of Dr Sandra Gibbons and her Master’s degree at the University of Saskatchewan. Lauren’s works with teachers, researchers and community stakeholders to enhance students’ physical activity and health behaviours through changes to school curricula, school policy and school environments. In this episode, Doug, Lauren and I discuss play and why it’s so important for learning, better models for school sport, the importance of physical literacy, and much more. A few other topics we discuss: Why time in the outdoors enhances sporting success Where competitive fire come from How past experiences shape how you see the world The rise of organised activity and the negative impact it’s having on child well-being Why teachers should provide more unstructured time for their students The relationship between development and winning What movement looks like and why it’s a great catalyst for change Why joy is the foundation of being human If you enjoy the show, please subscribe with your favourite podcast App by clicking one of the links on this page. I’d also encourage you to head over to iTunes and give the show a rating as it helps us to share the show with more people. And thanks so much for listening! The post EP 53 – Doug Gleddie and Lauren Sulz – Play, School Sport, and Finding Joy in Movement appeared first on AUT Millennium News.

1hr 6mins

7 Jun 2018