Guidelines for the Selection of Physical Literacy Measures in Physical Education in Australia
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Assessment of physical literacy poses a dilemma of what instrument to use. There is currently no guide regarding the suitability of common assessment approaches. The purpose of this brief communication is to provide a user's guide for selecting physical literacy assessment instruments appropriate for use in school physical education and sport settings. While recommendations regarding specific instruments are not provided, the guide offers information about key attributes and considerations for the use. A decision flow chart has been developed to assist teachers and affiliated school practitioners to select appropriate methods of assessing physical literacy. School PE and sport scenarios are presented to illustrate this process. It is important that practitioners are empowered to select the most appropriate instrument/s to suit their needs.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;
Barnett, L.M., Dudley, D.A., Telford, R.D., Lubans, D.R., Bryant, A.S., Roberts, W.M., Morgan, P.J., Schranz, N.K., Weisensteiner, J.R., Vella, S.A., Salmon, J., et al (2019) 'Guidelines for the Selection of Physical Literacy Measures in Physical Education in Australia', Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, pp.1-21. doi:10.1123/jtpe.2018-0219
Article published in Journal of Teaching in Physical Education available at https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2018-0219
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Grant ID: Cardiff Metropolian (Internal))
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