Any professional working in physical and health education should juggling with the content of this brochure and use them in his/her teaching. Several goups are considered: – Children and adolescents (aged 5–17 years) – Adults (aged 18–64 years) – Older adults (aged 65 years and older) – Pregnant and postpartum women – Adults and older
This publication is a reference for all physical educators working with children as well as for all parents. It contains: – Recommendations : Physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep time – Management of guideline development process
This brochure presents principles to apply to change citizen lifestyle: #1 – Create active societies – Social norms and attitudes #2 – Create active environments – Spaces and places #3 – Create active people – Programmes and opportunities #4 – Create active systems – Governance and policy enablers
The aim of this publication is to provide tools to transform public spaces to promote physical activity that is considered as a key contributor to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in Europe.
Under the supervision of Prof. Uwe Pühse, a group of PE students from the University of Basel (Switzerland) prepared a brochure to set out several options how to continue physical education during a pandemic. They consider three scenarios: Scenario #1 – Teachers and students are working from home after a complete lockdown has been declared.
That document comprizes four chapters: Chapter 1. Overview of this report Chapter 2. How physical and health education curricula differ across countries Chapter 3. The education goals of physical and health education and why these matter Chapter 4. Fit for purpose in the 21st century: Past, present, and future avenues in physical and health education
As AIESEP members, you can access to some resources available on the ICSSPE website. Download the guidelines.