Teaching Games: Tactical Complexity

The course follows on from the Introduction to TGfU course and will show you how to deliver games with a conceptual approach, teaching students to…

Becoming a Quality Physical Educator

Looking to improve your teaching practice? Join Nathan Horne from iPhys-Ed.com for this FREE Online Course to explore strategies and get some tips on how…

Student Created Games

In this course, Nathan Horne will explain how to use a simple formula and resource to have your students create and teach their own games…

Games Within Games

Bonus points, superpowers, challenges and finding solutions to problems. Go on an adventure of discovery to explore how we can teach through games; games that…

Intro to Teaching Games for Understanding

Join Nathan Horne from iPhys-Ed.com for an introduction to Teaching Games for Understanding. In this online course, you will learn about this inquiry-based model and…

Frisbee: The Ageless Game

Frisbee is the Ageless Game and as a sport is similar to Track & Field since there are multiple disciplines. Frisbee is played by millions…

Locomotor Games for Elementary School

In this video course, Melanie Begg will share some of her favourite locomotor games for physical education. Melanie is a Chartered PE teacher in Aberdeen,…

Developing Adaptive Thinkers

What skills are we developing in the classroom to support pupils thrive? And how are we doing so? We will explore the use of MatchPlay…

Teaching Trick Shots in PhysEd

Learn how to use Trick Shots in PhysEd. This is webinar will share how Mark Caulfield taught an Adventure Challenge Unit used as a transition…

Net Warriors’ Challenge

Inspired by Racketlon, this tournament-style activity features pickleball, badminton and table tennis in one traditional gymnasium space. Participants challenge their opponent(s) in each discipline, games…