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Mr Nigel Green

Mr Nigel Green

Telephone: 0151 231 4614

Publications

Journal article

Green NR, Sprake A, Topping C, Kopla J. 2016. Physical Literacy – From Concept to Action: The International Physical Literacy Association guiding Dumfries and Galloway - Scotland Physical Education Matters, 11 :64-67

Green NR. 2015. Are Assessment Practices in Physical Education Developing with PACE? Physical Education Matters, Vol. 10 :17-20

Green NR. 2015. Assessment Tail Wagging the PE Dog! Physical Education Matters, 10 :13-15

Green NR. 2013. Qualities through Physical Education PE Matters 2013,

Green NR.  ICT in PE British Journal of Teaching Physical Education 2003,

Conference publication

Green NR. Assessment driven PE: ‘Carpe Diem’ and transform your philosophy What is PE?

Green NR. ‘Charting Progress in Physical Literacy’ International Physical Literacy Association Workshop

Green NR. ‘Innovative Modules to Engage Students’ LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference

Green NR. ‘Qualities – PE – Past, Present and Future’ UCET

Green NR. ICT in PE PE and School Sport

Engagement & Impact

Award:

MA in Leadership in Physical Education and School Sport, LJMU

Conference organisation:

International Physical Literacy Workshop - Liverpool 2016, Organiser, co-coordinator, leader of two sessions - Advocacy for Physical Literacy and Physical Literacy in practice - across the world, https://www.physical-literacy.org.uk/

North Western Counties Physical Education Professional Learning Day, Treasurer and organiser

NWCPEA Inclusion in PE Conference, Organiser

International Physical Literacy Association Conference, In charge of Charting Progress Session

NWCPEA and AfPE Conference June 2013

Conference presentation:

Guiding the Development of Physical Literacy within Communities, International Physical Literacy Conference, Toronto - Canada, Oral presentation

Celebrating the Intentions of Physical Literacy Through Guidance, Experiences and the Charting of Progress, International Physical Literacy Conference, Toronto - Canada, Oral presentation

International activity and global engagement, Education, Health and Community Faculty Symposium: “Shared Values, Shared Ideas and Shared Practice”, Workshop Session, Oral presentation

External collaboration:

UCLAN, External Examiner - MA - PE and School Sport

http://www.meshguides.org/?page_id=1446&preview=true, Physical Education MESH, MESH

External committees:

Physical Literacy, Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Part of invited group

Executive Committee, International Physical Literacy Association, Treasurer, http://www.physical-literacy.org.uk/

Executive Committee, North Western Counties Physical Education Association, Treasurer, http://www.nwcpea.org/

Fellowships:

Fellow of HEA, HEA

Membership of professional bodies:

Treasure and Executive Committee Member, International Physical Literacy Association

Treasurer and Executive Committee member, North Western Counties Physical Education Association

Association of Physical Education, AfPE

Other invited event:

Physical Literacy, Manchester Metropolitan University - Crewe Campus, Presentation to Level 4, 5 and 6 PE Students

Wigan Teachers CPD, Wigan, Assessment without levels

 PE Conference, Edge Hill University, Assessment driven PE: ‘Carpe Diem’ and transform your philosophy

 International Physical Literacy Association Workshop, Bedford, ‘Charting Progress in Physical Literacy’

 LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, LJMU, ‘Innovative Modules to Engage Students’

UCET Conference, Keele, ‘Qualities – PE – Past, Present and Future’

PE Conference, Edge Hill University, ‘Qualities – PE – Past, Present and Future’

LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, LJMU, ‘Qualities – PE – Past, Present and Future’

PE Conference, Edge Hill University, ICT in PE

Other Professional Activity:

Co-ordinated and won a £5000 bid from the Department of Media, Culture and Sport to produce questions based on Physical Literacy that will be used on the New Sport England Child Activity Survey. The bid was won by a consortium which included the International Physical Literacy Association, Youth Sport Trust, Association for PE, LJMU, UK Active and Swansea University.

CPD Assessment without levels for Wigan Teachers November 2015

Research Grants Awarded:

LJMU, ‘PASE intensive orientation programme’: Supporting Physical Education students’ transition into Higher Education through the use of student-to-student peer mentors., Grant value (£): £3000, Duration of research project: 10 weeks

Teaching qualification:

PG Cert

Teaching Certificate in Physical Education