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Kauto Star: A Record-Breaking Horse

The Sporting

A Profile of Legendary Jumps Racehorse Kauto Star Kauto Star is known across the world for his incredible race record and enduring legacy. Lynton Gomm takes a look at this legendary racehorse, including his origins and most impressive wins! One of Kauto Star’s iconic jumps Introduction to Kauto Star: A Record-Breaking Horse Name Kauto Star Record 23-7-4 Earnings £2,375,883 *(£3,375,883) Trainer Paul Nicholls Owner Clive D.

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NICU Sims Set Stage for Lifesaving Care

Stanford Childrens

NICU sims ensure labor and delivery team is expertly prepared for complex deliveries. Audrey Moore, NNP-BC In the critical first moments of life, the neonatal labor and delivery care team’s readiness can mean the difference between life and death. At Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford , an innovative simulation program ensures that this team is prepared for anything.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Shining a Light on the “The Black Angels”: A Riveting Discussion of Nursing’s Unsung Heroes

Relentless School Nurse

Villanova University M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing is hosting a book discussion with Maria Smilios , author of The Black Angels: The Untold Story of the Nurses Who Helped Cure Tuberculosis , on Monday, April 8 at 4:30 pm. The event will be held in the Larson Kelly Auditorium, Driscoll Hall, and via Zoom. Register for the Zoom here: [link] Moderator: Sunny G.

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Batter Up

Mr. Kirsch

Batter Up State Standard: 1, 3, & 4 Equipment: Mats, Cones, long-handled implements, and balls. Grade: 3-5 (K-2 possibly) Purpose of Event: Striking with a Long-Handled Implement (S1.E25), Fielding/Catching a batted ball (S1.E16) Time: 18-25 minutes Organization: Place mats for boundaries between ‘batting cages’ facing a long wall for more space to use and hit into (dependent on your gym size).

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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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How a Social Media Post Led a Teen to Find a ‘Kidney Buddy’ for Life

Stanford Childrens

Sarah Best was scrolling on Instagram while at home in Sacramento when she came across a stranger’s story. It was about a teen who needed a kidney. “Being O negative, I give a lot of blood, but I always had the thought of wanting to do something more,” Sarah said. “When I saw that post, it just felt like it was that time.” The story described a 14-year-old named Jaxon Shaneyfelt from Turlock, California, who got unexpected news that he had kidney failure.

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National Baseball League Kicks Off Domestic Season at Farnham Park

The Sporting

The 2024 National Baseball League Domestic Season Kicks Off at Farnham Park - All the Latest! The National Baseball League gets underway in April 2024 - kicking off an important year for British baseball. The Sporting Blog takes a look at the latest from the British Baseball Federation. Action from the 2023 London Mets and Essex Arrows clash at Farnham Park.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Eclipse Escapades – Nursing Through the Shadows

Relentless School Nurse

Today’s guest post is from our friend Holly Giovi , also known as Nurse Holly, one of the moderators of the private School Nursing Facebook group! Holly invites readers into a whimsical world where the ordinary routines of a school nurse’s day intersect with the extraordinary magic of a solar eclipse. Through Holly’s imaginative lens, we embark on a journey filled with unexpected transformations, strange maladies, and moments of healing grace.

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Oak Curriculum Partners

PE Scholar

We are thrilled to announce that @PEScholar, in partnership with @CompletePE and @YouthSportTrust, have been awarded the contract to create Curriculum PE resources on behalf of @OakNational. The resources will include planning for core PE across Key Stages 1-4, and Exam PE content.

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How to Maximize Use of Firstbeat During Return to Competition

First Beat

This article is written by Domenik Theodorou , a Firstbeat Sports client and Performance Coach at RASTA Vechta, a professional basketball team competing in the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL). Prior to his current role, Domenik also worked at Bamberg Baskets and BG Göttingen. In this article, Domenik shares practical advice and tips on using Firstbeat during Return to Competition.

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An unusual school celebrates its first century

Stanford Childrens

K-12 hospital school gives kids a chance for normalcy and connections to other kids during long recoveries At most schools, the two students would never have met. One boy was a teenager in high school, the other a child in early elementary school. Because they were attending the school at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, in one big classroom for grades K-12, they became buddies.

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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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The Relentless School Nurse: The Importance of Recognizing Nursing as a STEM Field

Relentless School Nurse

Click to view slideshow. It is hard to believe that the #Nursing profession is not officially recognized as a STEM field. How could that be possible? Nursing is a field that is deeply rooted in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), yet it has historically been overlooked as a STEM profession. Recognizing nursing as a STEM field is crucial for several reasons: Acknowledging the Rigor of Nursing Education: Nursing education requires a strong foundation in scientific discipli

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Golfway – Creating Golfers of the Future

The PE Hub

Golfway – Creating Golfers of the Future Golf. It’s not a sport you hear about enough in schools – and the Golf Foundation is working to change that. But why is it that golf doesn’t seem to be on the PE radar? Of course, practically, it can be a challenge to teach. Not many schools have an 18-hole golf course at their disposal. And let’s be honest, traditionally, golf has been seen as an elitist sport, leaving it seemingly unreachable for everyday people meaning it is left out of the

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Field Day Fun: A PE Teacher's Guide to Planning an Unforgettable Event!

Physical Education Ideas

Springtime brings not just blooming flowers and warmer weather but also one of the most anticipated events in school: the Field Day! As a Physical Education teacher, you have the exciting task of organizing a day filled with laughter, friendly competition, and memories that will last a lifetime. To help you plan an amazing field day that leaves everyone smiling and exhausted (in the best way!

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George Robledo: The First Foreign Golden Boot

The Sporting

George Robledo - The first foreign top goal scorer in England Chilean Jorge Robledo made his name in the North East of England as he became the first non-English player to end the season as top goal scorer in the league. The modern game is awash with foreign stars and in the last 20 years, the only English players to claim the golden boot have been Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy.

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The Cone Flip Mixer

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam! Today, we’ve got a fun game to share with you that your kids will love. You can use it for a warm up activity, or a Field Day Game!

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Colorado Model School: Bennett Ranch Elementary

Heartzones

“It is great to have the students begin to understand how their heart rate can help them regulate themselves.” ~ Bennett Ranch Elementary School (BRES) Administrator What was your first experience with Physical Education technology? Bennett Ranch Elementary generously was loaned the Heart Zones’ sensors during the 2019/20 school year.

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Winning Vs Fulfillment: How Society Teaches Us to Focus on the Wrong Things in Youth Sports

Changing the Game Project

I recently spent a few days with some NCAA Division I programs I have worked with the past couple of years. Both programs have been very successful on the field, winning conference championships and achieving high national rankings and recognition. Both programs also want to keep pushing to the next level, to compete for national The post Winning Vs Fulfillment: How Society Teaches Us to Focus on the Wrong Things in Youth Sports appeared first on Changing the Game Project.

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New Liver Gives a Toddler a Renewed Chance at Life

Stanford Childrens

Ocean Sintos is like most toddlers, playing with his toy trucks and big sister. He’s also a reflection of his name with his big personality (or as his mom, Angela Capillan, puts it, his bossy personality), and he has shown how strong he is from the day he was born nearly two years ago. “It was about three days after birth when I noticed he was jaundiced,” she remembers.

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The Sporting Film: Ice Guardians

The Sporting

Ice Hockey : Ice Guardians - Brilliant movie opens the door on what life is like for an 'Enforcer' both on and off the ice. Make no mistake, this movie is not a glorification of hard men and what they do on the ice. Yes, there are lots and lots of fight sequences. If you are into that (who isn't?) you'll get your fill. However, ' Ice Guardians ' goes way deeper than that.

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Primary Concept Curriculum: Key Stage 2 (Year 4) Lesson Walk-Through

PE Scholar

Introduction In this blog, we're going to delve into a Year 4 primary PE concept curriculum lesson that not only focuses on the importance of generating

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Hooping it Up: Hula Hoop Tips and Tricks!

Gopher PE

If there is one piece of equipment that I would suggest for you to purchase for your PE program, it’s Hula Hoops. They are so versatile. First there are many sizes as well as shapes (flat and round). Second, you can use them for almost anything. Check out some of my favorite ways to use hula hoops below! 1. Hula Hoop Skills and Tricks! From Hula Hooping around your body to rolling the hoop around the gym and jumping through it, hula hoops have endless possibilities.

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Building Unshakeable Self-Belief with Elite Cheerleader Hailey D’Lynn Smith

Complete Performance

Today, I had an incredible chat on the podcast with Hailey D’Lynn Smith, someone whose journey from being a little ball of energy flipping around the house to becoming a seven-time All-American cheerleader and the 2021 Texas Cheerleader of the Year is nothing short of… The post Building Unshakeable Self-Belief with Elite Cheerleader Hailey D’Lynn Smith appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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Karl Malone: The Mailman always delivers

The Sporting

The 10 Greatest Players In NBA History continues with Karl “The Mailman” Malone In the NBA, there exists a prehistoric view of equating championships with greatness. While most of the greatest players in NBA history have also won at least one ring, countless others are considered among the elite in NBA history and have NEVER lifted the Larry O’Brien trophy.

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Switch: A fun PE warmup game or instant activity | No Equipment |

The PE Specialist

What’s Up PE Fam! I hope you are doing well, I wanted to share a fun new activity I tried out for the first time this year. This is a fun warmup or instant activity for any grade level.

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Differentiation in the PE Classroom

The Everlearner

Dear PE teachers. Before I write this post, I want to make a statement: What follows is not a presentation of all the reading that I have done of countless books and items of research relating to differentiation. In fact, much of the reading I have done would disagree with what I will write below. Rather, what I am sharing today is my personal view about differentiation and the summaries that I have made –personally– after over two decades of classroom PE teaching.

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Nutrition resources for healthy school environments.

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Fuel Up to Play 60, the nation’s leading in-school wellness program, operates in over 73,000 schools nationwide through a partnership between the National Football League and the National Dairy Council. Please (Click Here) for more information.

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PE Insights Episode 11: Faith Newton – Inclusive PE for SEND Children

PE Scholar

Introduction Welcome to another episode of the PE Insights podcast, where we delve into the realm of physical education.

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Matthias Sindelar : The footballer who defied Nazi Germany

The Sporting

Matthias Sindelar - Mozart of Football: the Austrian killed for refusing to represent the Nazi German Football Team Rarely can one man have such an impact on football through ability and morality than is the case of the amazing Austrian, Matthias Sindelar. The man is deemed one of, if not the, greatest Austrian footballers in history, so much so he was coined the Mozart of Football.

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Blazepod

Gopher PE

Motivate Students and Increase Activity Time with BlazePod By: Kevin Hopp, Zeke Bailes, Hank van der Merwe In an age where sedentary lifestyles have become the norm, the quest for engaging and innovative physical education solutions has led to the introduction of BlazePod , a ground breaking Flash Reflex Training system into schools. This technology not only promises to transform physical education but also addresses the urgent need to counteract the physical inactivity crisis that threatens the

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Differentiation in my PE Classroom

The Everlearner

In previous posts, I have written extensively about PE classroom formats and the rules that I apply in my own PE classroom. I have even published before on my own classroom format. This week, I want to extend my writing on those thoughts and experiences by explaining why I fundamentally changed my classroom format back in the early 2010s.

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March Madness! Nominate a Superstar for AzHPE Awards!

Arizona Health and Physical Education

As March rolls in, the spirit of celebration is in the air, and what better way to join the festivity than by recognizing the incredible contributions of our amazing physical education teachers, health teachers and administrators? Let’s shower our deserving teachers & administrators with the recognition they deserve ! We are, after all, searching for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow: the Arizona Health and Physical Education Teachers of the Year and other prestigious Honor &#

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Navigating Pediatric Diabetes: A Q&A With Leading Expert David Maahs, MD

Stanford Childrens

Diabetes management in pediatric patients has come a long way, with advancements such as continuous glucose monitors and automated insulin delivery systems. In a recent interview, David Maahs, MD , professor of pediatrics and division chief of pediatric endocrinology at Stanford Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford , sheds light on the current state of diabetes care for children and adolescents.

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The Game of Yukigassen Explained

The Sporting

Everything You Need to Know About Yukigassen: Explained Yukigassen is a battle of strategy, teamwork, skills and, of course, snowballs! The Sporting Blog explains everything you need to know about this unique game: history, rules, court dimensions and more. Yukigassen players must build barricades to protect themselves from snowball attacks In some parts of the world, men and women gear up in helmets and head out into the snow.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in PE

PE Scholar

AI is a hot topic these days. I've been to two conferences recently that were all about machine learning and intelligence.

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Building Flexibility the Right Way with Shelby McNamara

Complete Performance

In our latest episode of the PerformHappy podcast, we sit down with Shelby McNamara a former American rhythmic gymnast on the USA National Team and the founder of FlexAbilities, a flexibility training program for dancers, figure skaters, and gymnasts. Her flexibility training program combines flexibility,… The post Building Flexibility the Right Way with Shelby McNamara appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.