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Cooperative Learning in Physical Education

PLT4M

In this article, Sean explores a cooperative learning in physical education Be on the lookout for lots of great content from Sean as he helps take the academic angle of physical education best practices. Organizing the learning environment in physical education (PE) can be a daunting task for teachers, especially with large classes.

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Two Sides of the Same Coin: Turning Conflict Into Cohesion

AASP

cooperative learning, role significance), and peer climate (e.g., coach’s emphasis on cooperative learning; teammates’ emphasis on relatedness support) were associated with social cohesion. In a study of adolescent volleyball players, Weiss et al. effort, support, conflict) were related to task cohesion.

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Mastering Behaviour Management: Empowering coaches to create a supportive environment for every pupil.

Aspire-Ed

Explore alternative approaches to teaching, like games-based learning and cooperative learning, as these alternative learning styles can improve pupil engagement and behaviour by making learning more relevant and meaningful.

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The Adventure Mile (Middle School)

Open Phys Ed

This new instructional module provides over 100 pages of fitness running instructional tools with fun and cooperative learning activities that teach students about the physical, social and emotional benefits of fitness running as a lifetime fitness activity.

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Modeling In Physical Education

PLT4M

Finally, the teacher sends students to go work in small groups to try and practice the movement (See more on cooperative learning ). Next, the teacher encourages students to follow along and mirror the instructor. From here, students can practice modeling good form and technique with each other.

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Unpacking Student Motivation

The Physical Educator

Strategies such as cooperative learning, classroom charters, and effective peer-assessment can help turn your classroom into a community in which every student feels valued. Jigsaw Learning In Physical Education : The Jigsaw Method is a form of cooperative learning in which each student is responsible for the learning of their peers.

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Student Centered Learning Examples Using Technology

PLT4M

Cooperative learning activities that include peer support can stimulate relatedness. Through an inclusion teaching style, teachers can provide choices of exercises for students and health-related fitness activities that are specific to their personal goals.