"More Teaching Games for Understanding," co-edited by Dr. Linda Griffin, published by Human Kinetics

“More Teaching Games for Understanding: Moving Globally” edited by Linda Griffin, Associate Dean of the College of Education and professor, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, and Joy I. Butler, associate professor, Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia, has been published by Human Kinetics.

The comprehensive book presents current research and practice from experts on teaching games for understanding (TGfU), a significant movement in physical education worldwide. Following Griffin and Butler’s highly successful 2005 book, Teaching Games for Understanding, the new book includes all-new chapters by 27 contributors representing six countries, including a co-authored chapter by Dr. Griffin entitled “Unpacking Tactical Problems in Invasion Games: Integrating Movement Concepts Into Games Education”.

The book is intended for teacher educators, graduate and undergraduate students in physical education and sport pedagogy, as well as teachers and coaches interested in helping students and players become better game players.