TGfU 40th Anniversary- Video Project

2022 marks the 40th anniversary of the TGfU model as proposed by David Bunker and Rod Thorpe in the Bulletin of PE (1982). 

We would like to create a video with individuals around the world from our games-based approaches community celebrating the anniversary. This will be a collection of video clips, pictures and text carefully crafted together to produce a complete larger video sequence. This video will be displayed on our website, social media and we hope to be able to showcase it at our 7th International TGfU conference being held at the University of Worcester in July.

This is a great opportunity to get your students and colleagues involved and showcase your institution and your country.

We would really love to see short video clips and photos of as many of our supporters as possible. We would also appreciate you passing on this information to institutions and colleagues within your networks. We hope that you will all want to join in and make this a resounding success.

For full details: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17suYsUmZw0iFA7_IxLby-P0bYkNIGKQ3/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=104030932215271758223&rtpof=true&sd=true  

Throughout the year, we will be running a large variety of different events and initiatives which we hope the physical education community can get involved with. We will be sending out details via our social media and emails. If you would like to have up to date information, please consider joining our mailing list at: http://www.tgfu.info/contact-us.html  

For further information please follow us on Twitter at @TGfUInfo or contact Ellen at tgfu.info@gmail.com  

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