Developing Children’s Physical Literacy

While the known health impacts of sedentary lifestyles have focused attention on children’s outdoor activity, the development of their physical literacy – the physiological, social, cultural, cognitive, expressive, and psychological dimensions of their physicality – is much less in focus. Judith Dinham is Director of Learning and Teaching, School of Education. Her academic discipline is Arts Education.


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