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The Importance of Student Voice in PE

PE Scholar

Written by Grace Cardiff & Lee Sullivan In this, and an upcoming follow-up blog, we aim to explore the profound importance of making space for our

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Kickball Game Variations for PE & Summer Camp

S&S

Here are a few kickball variations to spice things up out at the fields and keep your kids engaged with new and fun rules to a game we all know and love. Items Needed: Kickballs Set of Bases Cones Hoops … Read More The post Kickball Game Variations for PE & Summer Camp appeared first on S&S Blog.

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The Relentless School Nurse: I’m a School Nurse, of course I…”

Relentless School Nurse

Lynne Signore BSN, RN, NCSN, is a Maine high school nurse who created this clever TikTok “Of Course” video to share lighthearted stereotypes and common misperceptions of school nursing. The trend follows a simple formula: “I’m a , of course, I _.” Lynne’s final line, says it all! Happy Nurses Week 2024, friends! I’m a School Nurse from Lynne Signore on Vimeo.

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Models-based Practice

Drowning in the Shallow

I’m unconvinced that there is one best way to organise and teach physical education. Supporting children to value and find a place for movement in their lives is a complex and dynamic task.

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Reimagine the Role of PE to Reconnect With Your Students

Speaker: Jeremy Kellem, M.Ed. - Educational Strategist, Former Athlete, and CEO/Founder of W.I.N. (We Impact Now, LLC)

For many students, physical education is critical to becoming active and developing healthy routines. But how is this possible anymore with the repercussions of the pandemic? Years of COVID-19, social distancing, and virtual learning have all had a profound effect on students, which means educators need to adjust their classes accordingly. The good news is that P.E. can still play a vital role in helping students intellectually, emotionally, physically, and socially.

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Underage Drinking Prevention Lesson Plans

PLT4M

Underage drinking prevention lesson plans empower kids to say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking. PLT4M is proud to now host and offer easy-to-implement underage drinking prevention lesson plans from the Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix, a program of Responsiblity.org. In this article, we explore the importance of addressing ways in which alcohol affects the developing brain through underage drinking prevention, the full program breakdown, and a sample lesso

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The 5 Greatest Cricket Fielders of All-Time

The Sporting

The 5 Best Cricket Fielders in History A skilled fielder can completely alter the course of a game in the span of a few pitches - but who is the G.O.A.T? We list the top 5 greatest cricket fielders of all-time. South African cricket player AB de Villiers - one of the greatest fielders of all-time Fielders have proven time and time again that cricket is much more than just batting and pitching a bat and a ball.

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Your last week of GCSE PE revision in 5 simple steps

The Everlearner

Editor's note: This post was originally released in May 2023 and has been updated to make it relevant for students preparing for Paper 1 exams in 2024. Dear PE student, Firstly, thank you for visiting this page. I expect your teacher has suggested you read it or, perhaps, you have found it in a scramble to prepare yourself for your GCSE PE Paper 1 exam.

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The Value of Primary Physical Education

PE Scholar

For as long as we have been a subject profession, we have advocated for Physical Education (PE) to be valued in the primary curriculum.

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National Survey: Parents share worries about their child’s mental health

PE for Parents

The post National Survey: Parents share worries about their child’s mental health appeared first on Action for Healthy Kids.

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Mr. Suarez's Physical Education - Untitled Article

Mr. Suarez's Physical Education

SHOT PUT 101 Use these 3 key tips.

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How Physical Education Plays a Core Role in Student Development

Speaker: Shane Pill PhD, MEd, BEd, LMACHPER, FACHPER - Physical Education and Sports Researcher, Professor, Consultant, and Speaker

Physical education is an important part of the development of the whole person: physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. By providing education in movement competency, education on using movement to develop the ability to be self-regulated and motivated, and education through movement to develop ‘habits of mind’ for positive and constructive engagement with others, PE provides a basis for personal and community health and wellbeing.

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Distance Runner Charging Forward After Crawling Across Finish Line

Stanford Childrens

Medha’s Stanford care team has helped her bounce back stronger after multiple injuries The gun goes off. Distance runner Medha Gowda is on the line, ready to win and considered the top contender for California’s North Coast Section Championship. She takes one step and falls. “I felt a pain from my Achilles to my calf, and I face-planted. Adrenaline got me back up, and I led the first two miles,” she says.

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Teacher Attitudes toward Curriculum in Physical Education

Arizona Health and Physical Education

You are being invited to participate in a research study titled Teacher Attitudes toward Curriculum in Physical Education. This study is being done by Steve Palmer from Northern Arizona University. The purpose of this research study is to determine whether an online version of a survey that uses a “forced choice” answer format effectively captures teacher attitudes toward four physical education curricular approaches: physical activity & fitness, motor skill, social development, and individu

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PE Insights Episode 14: Tristan Muller-Forster – A Principal’s Perspective

PE Scholar

Introduction Welcome to another episode of PE Insights in which Nathan Walker and his guest, Tristan Muller-Forster, embark on an insightful exploration

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Coaching From Your Heart with Olympic Coach Baz Collie

Complete Performance

In the latest episode of the PerformHappy Podcast, I had the privilege of delving into the coaching philosophy of Baz Collie, the esteemed senior coach of the British men’s gymnastics national team. Collie’s approach, rooted in genuine connection and unwavering belief. Collie’s coaching ethos has… The post Coaching From Your Heart with Olympic Coach Baz Collie appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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Discipline Vs. Punishment: What is Your Parenting Strategy?

RC Families

Discipline vs. punishment. Those two words are often used interchangeably. But in reality, they are two very different things and it’s important to understand their differences in order to parent effectively with your long-term parenting goal in mind.

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Celebrating Hematology and Oncology Doctors From Diverse Backgrounds

Stanford Childrens

Each May, we celebrate our Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Island (AANHPI) providers and staff who help make Stanford Medicine Children’s Health exceptional with their diversity and extraordinary talents. This year for AANHPI Heritage Month, we introduce you to three of our Pediatric Hematology and Oncology doctors, who reflect on their heritage and share how it influenced their careers.

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Teacher Appreciation Week deals 2024

Arizona Health and Physical Education

18 Degrees : Teachers with a valid ID can get 20% off their check from May 6-10. Four Peaks : Teachers can get $3 pints at the Four Peaks Pub in Tempe every Tuesday from May 6 through July 30. They must present a valid ID to obtain the deal. Golden Corral : Get 20% off one adult buffet purchase during Teacher Appreciation Week with identification or proof of employment at participating locations.

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Mental Blocks: What Parents and Coaches Need To Know with Dr Dave Tilley

Complete Performance

In this week’s episode of the PerformHappy podcast, I had the incredible opportunity to sit down with one of my favorite gymnastics experts, Dr Dave Tilley from Shift Movement Science. Our discussion centered around a topic close to the hearts of many parents and coaches:… The post Mental Blocks: What Parents and Coaches Need To Know with Dr Dave Tilley appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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KalPa Invests in Long-Term Player Development with Firstbeat Sports

First Beat

Firstbeat Technologies and elite Finnish ice hockey team KalPa have entered into a new three-year partnership agreement that will see the organization utilize Firstbeat Sports for their U20 team for the first time in addition to their men’s professional team. KalPa’s professional team has been a Firstbeat client since 2020, but this new agreement including the U20 team highlights their commitment to investing in long-term and strategic performance development.

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Early Diagnosis Is Key for Children With Autism

Stanford Childrens

Olivia Tang was just 2 years old when she was diagnosed with autism. With the support of a Stanford Medicine Children’s Health pediatrician, she has blossomed into a thriving preschooler. Her mother, Helen Feng, shares their journey. The Tang family had noticed that Olivia was not talking much by the time she turned 2. Olivia’s diagnosis came during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, when it was challenging to find services.

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2024 Teachers Institute and Leading Change

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Registration is selling fast! You won’t want to miss out on this exciting event for Arizona educators and leaders hosted by the Academic Standards team – created by teachers, for teachers. ESSER Funds may be used for Conference Registration. Remember: If you don’t use it you lose it! CONFERENCE REGISTRATION LINK Registration includes access to: – Over 100 Sessions – Keynote Speakers and Keynote Sessions – Over 60 Exhibitors – Access to WiFi –

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Notational Analysis & Goal Setting

PE Scholar

This worksheet is suitable or most invasion games to enable a student to analyse performance and then set outcome and performance goals.

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Parents, Who’s to Blame?

RC Families

When your children get in trouble at school, who do you blame? When your child gets in trouble with the coach, who do you blame? When your son or daughter gets a lower grade than usual, who do you blame? My husband, teacher for 15 years and a coach for over 30, recently told me.

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Helping Your Child Cope With Anxiety and Depression

Stanford Childrens

Watching your child struggle with anxiety or depression is one of the hardest things a parent can experience. Fellow parent and Stanford Medicine Children’s Health pediatrician Nivedita More, MD , of Bayside Medical Group – Fremont , offers ways to support your kids when they are dealing with mental health concerns. Mental health struggles are common in children Mental health disorders in children are very common, and according to the National Institutes of Health, the number is increasing.

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Health Education Curriculum

PLT4M

Health education is a critical component of a well-rounded educational program, equipping students with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions about their health and well-being. A comprehensive health education curriculum serves as the cornerstone for promoting healthy lifestyles and behaviors among young people, which can have a lasting impact on their future.

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Athletics running analysis

PE Scholar

A useful worksheet to get a student to observe 3 athletes on any running event and predict their running time before also analysing the nuumber of strides they took and speed they were running at.

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What Parenting Probems Do You Face Right Now?

RC Families

What parenting problems are you facing right now? And what are you doing to fix those problems? According to VeryWellFamily.com, one of the top common parenting mistakes is neglecting to fix problems. Many parents instead ignore issues, delay responding to issues, or minimize issues. Sometimes parents think that a problem is not fixable and that.

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Does Your SIS Work for Your Whole School Community?

FACTS Management

At FACTS, we know that even the best educators can’t perform to their highest potential when they’re held back by inefficient, clunky software. That’s why our team of former teachers and educators have poured their years of experience into FACTS SIS, helping create a powerful platform that caters to the unique needs of everyone in your school community: teachers, administrators, admissions staff, families, and students.

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Self-Care, Wellness, and Mental Health Strategies for College Student-Athletes

AASP

<p>Participation in college athletics can be a wonderful pursuit. Various disciplines of research highlight the psychosocial benefits of sport participation. Research has also shown that exercise and physical movement can improve mental functioning (Sharma et al., 2006). However, sport participation can also be a significant source of stress for college student-athletes.

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Using the Brain-Body Connection to Optimize Performance with Yuka Sugiura

Complete Performance

Hey everyone, welcome back to another episode of PerformHappy! Today, we’re diving into the fascinating world of the brain-body connection with the incredible Yuka Sugiura, a neural performance coach. In this episode, Yuka shares invaluable insights on harnessing the power of the brain-body connection to… The post Using the Brain-Body Connection to Optimize Performance with Yuka Sugiura appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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Unpacking the physical literacy concept for K-12 physical education: What should we expect the learner to master?

PE Scholar

The concept of physical literacy and highlights the foundational work in this area, particularly that of Margaret Whitehead.

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Creative actions in team sports

Learning Through Sport

I recall the interview with Ernie Merrick after the game where Riley McGree used the scorpion kick to get the goal, and he said the Riley had been practicing that kick at training for weeks. This reminded me of an interview I once heard with Peter Daikos, decribed often as a 'freakish' Collingwood AFL goal kicking star of the 1980s and early 1990s, where he discussed that his talent came from hard work, preparation and practice - his 'freakishness' was a practiced ability.

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From Learning to Winning: How Educators and Olympians Pursue a Path to Excellence

FACTS Management

Embarking on a journey of growth and development is a noble pursuit, whether in the realm of education or the world of sports. Just as educators and school administrators engage in professional learning to enhance their skills and knowledge in the classroom, Olympians dedicate themselves to rigorous training to prepare for the ultimate competition. Either way, the effort is inspiring.

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Castore and Burnley FC Announce Multi-Year Partnership

The Sporting

Castore x Burnley FC: A Multi-Year Partnership British sportswear brand Castore teams up with Burnley FC to support the club in its strive for excellence - all the latest on The Sporting Blog! Castore and Burnley FC’s partnership marks a joint effort to help the club achieve its full potential Burnley Football Club and Castore have announced their official partnership ahead of the 2024-2025 season.

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How to Plan a Successful Summer Camp

S&S

Planning is the cornerstone of any well run camp. If you fail to plan you plan to fail! Proper planning prevents poor performance! If you do not plan your program well, it will show. Planning is extremely important in coordinating … Read More The post How to Plan a Successful Summer Camp appeared first on S&S Blog.