When people ask me why I teach physical education, I tell them that my goal is to provide each and every child that walks into my gym with the experiences, skills, and knowledge they need in order to discover and develop their own physical literacy. That response is usually followed up by the question “what’s physical literacy?” Whenever I get asked what physical literacy is, I explain that it is the ability to feel confident and competent in a wide variety of activities, taking place in multiple environments, which will allow individuals......
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