Wed.Mar 15, 2023

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Can A-level PE Lead to a Degree in Medicine? Part 2

The Everlearner

In December 2021, I unknowingly wrote my most popular blog post ever. It was “Can A-level PE Lead to a Degree in Medicine?” and the post has received tens of thousands of reads. The post was based on the experiences of my elder daughter who, in summer 2021, was a student about to embark on a potential A-level path that might lead to a degree in medicine.

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Student Voices Related to Moving While Learning

Moving Minds Blog

If you’re reading this, you probably value your students’ perspectives and you are interested in offering physical activity opportunities for them. While many studies have been conducted to show support for classroom physical activity, most of them report on the amount of physical activity the breaks provide for students and/or how the physical activity relates [.


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Strength And Conditioning App – 5 Keys for High Schools


What is the right workout app for high school strength and conditioning? We break down the 5 keys for a high school strength and conditioning app. In addition, we highlight schools across the country using a strength and conditioning app for PE and athletics. The Unique Needs of High School Strength and Conditioning If you have ever been in a high school weight room, you know the unique nature of high school strength and conditioning.

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How to use a TA in PE? Teaching Assistant (TA) and PE Teacher Guidance Template

PE Scholar

Ever wondered how to use a TA in PE? This document helps establish routines before, during and after a PE lesson.

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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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NCPEID February Collaborative: APAQ Board & Hot Topics in APE

What's New in Adapted Physical Education

Listen in on the February NCPEID APE Collaborative where board members of the academic journal Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (APAQ) discuss the purpose of research in the field of APA and provide insights into their journal. Specifically, this collaborative is joined by APAQ editors and renown scholars Dr. Andy Pitchford (Oregon State University), Dr.