Subject Categories::X300 Academic studies in Education
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AbstractPhysical literacy has been described as a "longed for concept" and has in turn gained much interest worldwide. This interest has also given rise for calls for physical literacy to be operationalized, providing clarity and guidance on developing physical literacy informed practice. Operationalizing physical literacy is crucial in moving the concept forward by providing "substance to the claims made by (physical literacy) advocates." This special issue aims to respond to calls for research to "unpack" physical literacy across a number of areas in pursuit of operationalizing physical literacy in practice. Nine articles are included within this special issue.
CitationDurden-Myers E, Whitehead M (2018) 'Operationalizing physical literacy: special issue editorial', Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 37 (3), pp.234-236.
PublisherHuman Kinetics Publishers Inc.
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