Reconceptualizing Physical Education
Curriculum is yearning for new meanings. It feels choked, out of breath, caught in a landscape wherein “curriculum” as master signifier is restricted to planned curriculum with all its supposed splendid instrumentalism.
— TED T. AOKI (CITED IN PINAR & IRWIN, 2005)
A wellness way of being begins with the trees of my childhood—climbing, sitting in and under, swinging from, listening to—I am connected to their natural rhythms. This is something that is part of me—all I have to do is listen, see and feel.
— MICHELLE KILBORN, 2015
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