Quality Physical Education (QPE) Policy Project

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Dean Dudley's picture
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Dr Dean Dudley is an Associate Professor (Health and Physical Education) in the Macquarie School of Education at Macquarie University. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences at the University of Queensland and in the Center of Educational Measurement and Assessment at the University of Sydney. Dr Dudley is a 2012 Churchill Fellow and was an Expert Consultant for the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization’s Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policy Makers (2015) and the Kazan Action Plan ratified at MINEPS VI in 2017. In 2018, Dr Dudley was appointed as an Independent Specialist in Health and Physical Education by UNESCO's International Bureau of Education.
Suzanne Hargreaves's picture
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I am a Senior Education Officer within Education Scotland with national lead responsibility for Health and wellbeing and Outdoor Learning. I am also an Attainment Adviser within Scottish Government's Scottish Attainment Challenge to reduced the poverty-related attainment gap in Scotland.
Taku YAMAGUCHI's picture
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I've been work as practitioner of the field on Sport for Development and Peace in many countries since 1999. Now I work at University as a faculty member to operate master's program on Sport for Development and Peace. On beside I also take many advisory task, mainly focus on PES development in South-East Asia, especially Cambodia.
Reza Rajabi's picture
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Prof. Reza Rajabi is a husband and father of a twin boys age 6. His wife is PE teacher in primary school too. Reza is a Professor at the University of Tehran (Physical education and sport sciences faculty). His career in physical education enabled Reza to work with a wide variety of students in various ages in the field of physical education and some related organizations across Iran. Reza have ben advisor and supervisor to more than 1000 B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D students in the field of postural disfunction in children. Hence, his main interest and especially is teaching and researching in the area of postural abnormalities and musculoskeletal disorders caused by nonstandard school furniture particularly among young students. Musculoskeletal and postural measurements and prescription of corrective exercises for such a postural and musculoskeletal malalignments is his another expertise. Reza during the past 8 years has been focused on play therapy (adapted or corrective games and plays) on young children. Hence, one of his favourite topic and desire's is running workshops for PE teachers and parents in the above mention issue.
Sandeep Seeth's picture
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Mr. Seeth has gained 24 years Public Sector experience as well as Private Sector exposure and is well positioned in various fields such as: Risk Management; Corporate Governance, Strategy & Operations including Policy Development and this experience has positioned him solidly to support the Ministerial Discretionary Project positiviely. He has ably unpacked the National Higher Education Act 101 of 1997 and its Amendments in order to give life to the Ministerial Discretionary Project. He is strategic in his thinking and is powerful at influencing new and fresh thinking on matters of national strategic importance. To this end, he has already commenced with influencing Higher Education Institutions to review their Curricula as New Articulation Pathways are desperately required to redress anomalies of the past and in so doing give expression to an inclusive and dynamic educational system with interest in the specific scope of Physical Education.
Douglas Gleddie's picture
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Dr. Doug Gleddie is a husband and father who also happens to be an Associate Professor at the University of Alberta (Elementary Physical Education). In a career filled with change, the only true constants have been physical activity/education, working with kids and, how joy fills the spaces in between. Although it took him a while to fully embrace this epiphanal thought, the journey itself has enabled Doug to work with a wide variety of people and organizations across Canada and around the world. Doug is currently researching narratives of movement and physical education as well as exploring the affective aspects of physical literacy. He takes care of his own wellness by being active with his family; improving his guitar picking and seeking new challenges each day. Visit Doug’s blog at www.purposefulmovement.net
Manon Leroy's picture
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Project assistant for the Quality Physical Education (QPE) policy project, SHS, UNESCO HQ

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