Title

Lecturer

Education

Langara College (Department of Human Performance) , 1998, Human Performance Diploma
University of British Columbia, Canada (Faculty of Human Kinetics), 2001, Bachelor of Human Kinetics, Physical Education
University of British Columbia, Canada (Faculty of Education), 2005, Bachelor of Education, Physical Education concentration. Geography minor
University of British Columbia, Canada (Faculty of Graduate Studies), 2012, Masters of Education – Physical Education. Thesis Capstone focus: Curriculum and Pedagogical Change in Physical Education

Bio

Steve McGinley is a full time Lecturer, Faculty Advisor and the Physical and Health Education (PHE) Undergraduate Coordinator in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Faculty of Education at The University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada.  He holds a Master’s degree from the University of British Columbia and his research focuses on Enacting Curricular and Pedagogical changes in Physical and Health Education.  Steve was previously an appointed Adjunct Teacher Professor previously. He was most recently the PE Department Head and Assistant Athletic Director at a secondary school in the Catholic Independent Schools of Vancouver Archdiocese in Port Coquitlam where he taught: All levels of PE, PE Leadership 11 and 12, and various other subjects including Social Studies and Learning Resource Center.

Steve’s passions lie in the promotion and advocate for Quality Physical and Health Education and the Physical Literacy movement.   He currently teaches PHE K-12 Methods Courses and Teacher Inquiry in the Teacher Education Program and engages all learners and creates and sustains conditions for professional collaboration across education, sport, recreation and health.  He is a firm believer that when we open ourselves up to listen, share and collaborate, best practices emerge.  He enjoys coaching a plethora of youth sports and is an advocate for sport development and the promotion of physical literacy.  He has taken on a number of projects including a national focus group with teachers on the 60 Minute Kids Club Challenge, Building Physical Literacy Capacity within Schools, Sport, Recreation and Health sectors and Peer Leadership and Physical Literacy Promotion in Elementary School Children.

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Invited Presentations

Organizer

McGinley, S. (2018, May 16-19), Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada National Conference 2018

Organizing Committee, Whistler, BC

 

Presenter

McGinley, S., Butler, J., Petherick, L., Banack, H., & Renwick K. (2018, May 18) Exploring the Landscape of Physical, Health, and Outdoor Education in British Columbia – Roundtable Discussion, Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada National Conference, Whistler, BC.   

 

McGinley, S., & Sheppard, J. (2017, Oct 20) Infusing Physical Literacy Into Physical and Health Education Curriculum, QDPE PHE Conference, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC.  

 

McGinley S. (2017, April 12) Building Community Capacity to Support Physical Litearcy – Unpacking the Physical Litearcy Jouney in Physical and Health Education (PHE), International Physical Literacy Conference, Westin Harbour Center, Toronto, Ont.

 

McGinley, S. (2017, April 12) 60 MKC Program Evaluation – Citius Vocem, International Physical Literacy Conference, Westin Harbour Center, Toronto, Ont.

 

McGinley, S. (2017, April 12) Enacting Change in the Secondary Physical Education Department, International Physical Literacy Conference, Westin Harbour Center, Toronto, Ont.

 

McGinley, S. (2017, May 4) Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada National Conference Research Council Forum, St. John’s, NFL.

 

McGinley, S. (2017, May 4) Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada National Conference, St. John’s, NFL.

  

Butler, J., & McGinley S. (2016, Oct 21) Democracy in Action through the Inventing Games Process practical

presentation, Quality Daily Physical Education (QDPE) Conference, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC

 

Karpluk, S.*, Karst, D.*,McGinley, S., Pinguelo, A.* (2016 Oct 21) Breaking Open Health in the New

Physical and Health Curriculum, Quality Daily Physical Education (QDPE) Conference,

Douglas College, New Westminster, BC (* Presented with B.Ed students from EDCP322A course)

 

Anokwuru, J., & McGinley, S. (2016, July 24) Democracy in Action through the Inventing Games:

Teacher Views about Teaching and Learning, 6th International TGfU Conference and 10th dvs-

Sportspiele-Symposium, German Sports University, Cologne, Germany

 

McGinley, S. (2016, July 24) Enacting curricular and pedagogical change in Physical Education poster

presentation, 6th International TGfU Conference and 10th dvs-Sportspiele-Symposium,

German Sports University, Cologne, Germany

 

McGinley, S. (2016, June 15) Promoting physical literacy within the physical education classroom

through effective questioning, International Physical Literacy Conference, Vancouver

Trade and Convention Center, Vancouver, BC

 

McGinley, S. (2016, April 30) Deconstructing Traditional Approaches through the Establishment of a

Community of Learners: Enacting Change in a Secondary Physical Education Department,

Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada National Conference Research Council Forum,

Banff, AB 

 

McGinley, S., & Sheppard J. (2016, May 22) Promoting physical literacy within the physical education classroom through affective questioning, International Physical Literacy Conference, Vancouver Trade and Convention Center, Vancouver, BC

 

McGinley, S. (2015, April 4) Deconstructing Traditional Approaches through the Establishment of a Community of Learners: Enacting Change in a Secondary Physical Education Department, Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada Research Council Forum, Banff, AB

 

McGinley, S. (2015, Feb 22) Enacting curricular and pedagogical change in Physical Education, Comox School District (#46) Physical Education Professional Development Workshop, Mark Isfeld Secondary School, Courtney, BC

 

McGinley, S. (2015, Feb 22) Sport education model: Creating the team atmosphere within your high school physical education class, Comox School District (#46) Physical Education Professional Development Workshop, Mark Isfeld Secondary School, Courtney, BC

 

McGinley, S. (2014, Oct 21) Enacting curricular and pedagogical change in physical education, Quality Daily Physical Education (QDPE) Conference, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC

Selected Publications

CHAPTERS SUBMITTED

Kanavos, G. and McGinley, S. Curricular and Pedagogical Change in Physical Education. Book

Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Teaching Games for Understanding.

More Publications

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLE PUBLICATIONS

 

Butler, J., Sullivan, S., McGinley, S., Vjanjes, M. (2007). Teaching Danish long ball to introduce striking games. The Physical and Health Education Journal, 73(3) 29-33.

 

Research Projects

Kanavos, G., McGinley, S. (2014). Curriculum and Pedagogical Change in Physical Education, Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of British Columbia.

Courses Taught

University of British Columbia Programs – 2014 – Present

EDCP 533 – Health, Outdoor and Physical Education (HOPE) Curriculum, Pedagogy and Place in the Elementary School

EDCP 322A – Physical Education Methodologies: Secondary

EDCP 320 – Physical Education Methodologies: Elementary (IB, SEL, MY, CITE, SRL and PBL cohorts)

EDUC 450B – Inquiry I

EDUC 451B – Inquiry II

EDUC 315 – Short Practicum – Faculty Advisor

EDUC 421 – Long Practicum – Faculty Advisor

EDUC 430 – Community Field Experience – Faculty Advisor