Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) Approach. The Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) approach was developed by researchers at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom to tap into children’s inherent desire to play.
Bunker and Thorpe (1982) developed TGfU around the concept of teaching kids games by playing games. Butler et al. (2008) identified six Basic TGfU Concepts: Teach games through games.Break games into their simplest format - then increase complexity.Participants are intelligent performers in games.Every learner is important and is involved.Participants need to know the subject matter.Need to match participants’ skill and challenge.
Recent approaches to TGfU have advocated for a thematic approach to teaching games. Curriculum Resources - TGfU.Info. School Sport Victoria. School Sport Victoria. Home. Curriculum Resources. The Australian Sports Commission, in conjunction with national sporting organisations and education professionals, has developed resources that are aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
The resources below have been developed for teachers and coaches to support student learning about health and physical activity. The ASC has an ongoing commitment to the development of curriculum aligned resources and will continue to assist sporting organisations with the production of relevant resources that teachers can use on a daily basis. Curriculum Aligned Resources. SP 31864 TIG resource K 3. PBISWorld.com Home Page. Victorian Curriculum Planning. Health and Physical Education: Curriculum area advice. Health and Physical Education: Curriculum area advice Introducing the curriculum There is much that is similar between the Health and Physical Education in the Victorian Curriculum and AusVELS, although there are differences of emphasis.
The Victorian Curriculum Health and Physical Education has two interrelated strands: Personal, social and community health, and Movement and physical activity. This is similar to the dimensions in AusVELS, Health knowledge and promotion, and Movement and physical activity. Health and Physical Education: Curriculum mapping templates. Back to Health and Physical Education: Curriculum-specific advice A mapping template has been developed to support teachers to identify where content descriptions and achievement standards are being explicitly addressed within the school’s teaching and learning program.
The files are designed to be completed electronically and saved for later use. To maintain the operation of the tick boxes, the file must be saved in Word 2010 (.docx) format. An annotated example is provided to assist teachers in visualising how the template could be completed. Curriculum area advice. RevisedF 10CurriculumPlanningReportingGuidelines.