The recent success of the Global Forum for Physical Education Pedagogy 2010 (GoFPEP 2010) held in Grundy Center, Iowa, USA brings renewed interest to the need for examining new forms of pedagogy, the use of technology, ways of linking practice to theory and the importance of contextually-based education embedded in community life as a way to reshape and redesign the future of health and physical education. An outcome of GoFPEP 2010 is this new journal called The Global Journal of Health and Physical Education Pedagogy. The journal aims to publish articles and features reflecting items of theoretical, applied, and professional interest drawn worldwide. In particular, the journal will seek to emphasize articles which advance best practice in the areas of health and physical education pedagogy and physical education teacher training. More specifically, building on the success of GoFPEP 2010, The Global Journal of Health and Physical Education Pedagogy seeks to
The Global Journal of Health and Physical Education Pedagogy will serve as a communication tool for educators, professionals, government officials, and students in the fields of health and physical education by providing its readers with (a) information pertinent to the field of health and physical education; (b) a forum for continued discussion that impact on health and physical education; and (c) the provision of services and the individuals involved in providing such educational opportunities and community services.
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