January, 2024

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Purpose orientated PETE

Drowning in the Shallow

The articulation challenge: One of the many challenges for those of us who are involved in the induction of new PE Teachers (be that lecturer, teacher educator or subject mentor) is that individuals come into the profession having already observed thousands of hours worth of teaching.

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PE Insight Episode 4: Ben Holden – Revitalising Physical Education: A Reflective Journey Towards Engaging Curricula

PE Scholar

Introduction In the dynamic world of physical education, the need for continuous reflection and innovative curriculum design takes centre stage.

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Exciting New Features for PhysednHealth K-12 Platform

Physed n Health

We’re thrilled to announce the release of several new features designed to enhance your experience on PhysednHealth K-12 platform. These additions are aimed at providing even more value and engagement for both teachers and students. Let’s dive in: 1. Timer-Based Push Up and Curl Up Test Measuring upper body strength and core stability has never been easier with our new timer-based push-up and curl-up test.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Introducing “Operation Happy Nurse”!

Relentless School Nurse

The “Operation Happy Nurse” app, developed by neonatal ICU nurse Shannon McPeek, is a groundbreaking mobile application designed to provide mental health support and essential resources tailored specifically for nurses. The app offers a range of features specifically designed to address the unique needs of healthcare professionals, including guided breathing exercises, meditation and mindfulness sessions, and practical stress management techniques.

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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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Instant Activities (Secondary 6-12)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Aaron Hart, Jim DeLine, Elyse Loughlin, Lori Dunn, Brandon Herwick, Kevin Reinisch, Charla Parker Krahnke, Mike Martinez, Andrea Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Eliza Kuhn & Aaron Hart Physical educators know and understand the need to get students active and engaged as soon as they enter the PE classroom. This collection of instant activities serves to help teachers get students moving quickly, while also providing meaningful learning tasks designed to work to

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Drowning in the Shallow 2023-in-review

Drowning in the Shallow

Top 10 read posts in 2023 Top 10 read posts written in 2023 What is a ‘constraints led approach’? (2016) A constraints led approach is a relatively new approach to skill acquisition.

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It’s Time for Something New: A Journey to Fundraising Success!

Gopher PE

*health. moves. minds.® is a fundraising program where 50% of funds raised go back to your school! Get started with your event by completing this short interest form. Describe the conversation with your administration about health. moves. minds.? Which talking points seemed to resonate best with your admin? Before I hosted a health. moves. minds fundraiser I hosted a Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser at my school every year.

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One Easy-To-Accomplish New Year’s Resolution

Moving Minds Blog

New year, new you, right? Seems like a common theme for people to want a fresh start in the new year. Interestingly, I read that less than 10% of Americans make resolutions that they actually keep (van Bavel & Packer, 2022). Almost a quarter drop theirs by the end of January. I’m guilty. I’ve tried [.] The post One Easy-To-Accomplish New Year’s Resolution appeared first on Moving Minds Blog.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Addressing Critical Oversights – Lessons from the Perry Middle & High School Shooting

Relentless School Nurse

On the first day back from winter break, a predictable and preventable tragedy struck Perry Middle & High School in the small town of Perry, Iowa. A 17-year-old student, armed with a shotgun and pistol, opened fire in the school before classes began. The attack resulted in the death of a 6th-grader, injuries to four other students and a school administrator, and ended with the shooter taking his own life.

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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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Stanford Children’s ‘Baby Whisperer’ Celebrates 24 Years of Comforting and Supporting Infants and Their Parents

Stanford Childrens

Sue Moses is known to many as the ‘baby whisperer’ because of the way she is able to calm babies. When walking into a hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit, you’ll hear the beeps and whirring of machines. But there’s also a comforting presence found in a rocking chair. For over 24 years, Sue Moses has been volunteering her free time to rock and cuddle tiny babies and support the care teams at the Stanford Medicine Children’s Health (Level II) Intermediate Special Care Nursery (SCN)

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Free resources for Physical Education (PE) teachers

PE Scholar

The following free-to-access resources produced by National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of sport are potentially of great use to physical education

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2024 State Convention Keynote

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Arizona Health and Physical Education President, Chelsey Sands, is proud to announce that Jen Heebink will be the Keynote Speaker for the 2024 Arizona State Convention, November 6th and 7th. Jen Heebink is the 2022 SHAPE America National Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, 2022 Central District Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, and 2020 MNSHAPE Adapted PE Teacher of the Year.

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Jump Rope Skills(Intermediate 3-5)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Jenna Knapp & Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Jennifer Truong For thousands of years, children have been jumping rope as a form of movement-based fun. This module reinforces basic rope jumping skills and then progresses from that point to include a variety of tricks, challenges, long rope jumping, and cooperative routines.

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5 Tips for Activity Transitions for Camp & PE

S&S

Transitions are going from one activity to the next with your group and are extremely important to ensure you are not wasting all your camp time in between activities. Here are some tips for successful transitions. 1) Always be thinking … Read More The post 5 Tips for Activity Transitions for Camp & PE appeared first on S&S Blog.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Give Because Every Child Deserves a School Nurse!

Relentless School Nurse

The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) is launching the President’s Endowment Challenge for the academic year 2024-2025, and the theme couldn’t be more crucial: “Advocating for Equity.” About the NASN President’s Endowment Challenge: This initiative aims to raise funds to support research on school nursing’s influence on health and education outcomes.

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Teenager Back on Lacrosse Field After Brain Surgery for AVM

Stanford Childrens

Arteriovenous malformation is a tangling of blood vessels in the brain that forms before birth. The first thing Lauren Adair, age 15, packed for a family trip last spring break to Palm Springs, CA, was her lacrosse stick. Lacrosse is her favorite sport, and Lauren wanted to practice as much as possible to get ready for the high school team the following year.

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PE Insights Episode 2: Gary Standinger – Enhancing Physical Education Through Student-Centric Pedagogy and Feedback Literacy

PE Scholar

Introduction In a recent PE Insight podcast, Gary, an experienced physical education (PE) teacher and PhD researcher, shared insights into his teaching

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Physical Education - Effective Classroom Management Ideas

Physical Education Ideas

What is that one thing most discussed by staff during break times? Challenging behavior. It doesn’t matter how many years you have been teaching, our students always find new ways to make us bend… but please don’t break. This blog will offer ideas that might be able to help you navigate those tricky situations students present to us. Having good classroom management is a must if you want to effectively teach.

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PE Games: Cross The River

The PE Specialist

Game Time! This week I’m coming to you with a CLASSIC game that I play every year with my kids. Like most activities – I only play it once a year so kids love it when they walk in and see the game setup.

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Overcoming Mental Blocks with Dave Diggle

Complete Performance

I’m thrilled to bring you an exciting new episode of the PerformHappy podcast today, where we’ll be delving into the fascinating world of mental performance with none other than the incredible Dave Diggle. Dave, an international gymnast turned mental performance coach, specializes in working with… The post Overcoming Mental Blocks with Dave Diggle appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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The Relentless School Nurse: School Nurses and School-Based Health Centers Can Work Together!

Relentless School Nurse

Imagine finding out that your school district was gifted millions of dollars to improve access to healthcare for your students and staff! That sounds like a dream for many of us, but it came true in the form of a 23 million dollar gift from two prominent philanthropists, Pivotal Ventures by Melinda French Gates (former wife of Microsoft founder, Bill Gates) and Mackenzie Scott (former wife of Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos).

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Ten predictions for classroom-based PE in 2024

The Everlearner

In late 2022, I wrote a blog post predicting what might happen in 2023 in relation to classroom-based PE teaching and learning. In response to that post, just over 12 months later, I want to review my predictions and make 10 further ones for 2024.

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PE Insights Podcast Episode 1: Grace Cardiff – Meaningful PE In Action: Democratic and Reflective Practice

PE Scholar

Introduction Embarking on a Ph.D. journey in meaningful Physical Education (PE) brings forth a myriad of challenges and discoveries.

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FREE In-Person Arts and Physical Education Summit

Arizona Health and Physical Education

FREE In-Person Arts and Physical Education Summit Saturday, February 17 th , 2024 8:00 am to 3:00 pm North High School Phoenix, Arizona The Arizona Department of Education Title IV-A Team would like to invite you to our first ever in-person Arts and Physical Education Summit. This dynamic event brings together educators and school leaders to explore innovative approaches specific to arts and physical educators.

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Parenting for Leadership: Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders from a Young Age

Keeping Kids in Motion

Amanda Henderson returns as a guest writer for Keeping Kids in Motion. Amanda is both a mom to two rambunctious boys and a preschool teacher, so she knows from experience how quickly a situation can become unsafe. She created and writes for Safe.

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Learning from Successes and Setbacks with Elite Gymnast Denelle Pedrick

Complete Performance

In today’s episode, I’m thrilled to bring you an insightful conversation with the exceptionally talented Canadian elite gymnast and national team member, Denelle Pedrick. This episode is packed with valuable lessons from both the highs and lows of her gymnastics journey. Denelle kicks things off… The post Learning from Successes and Setbacks with Elite Gymnast Denelle Pedrick appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Creating a Cozy Nest for Wellness in Your School Health Office

Relentless School Nurse

As we dive into 2024 and gear up for a new year, the importance of connections in our school community cannot be overstated. Now, more than ever, fostering a sense of safety is crucial for everyone—students and educators alike. And guess what? As school nurses, we play a pivotal role in promoting this nurturing environment too! One of the educators for whom I hold the highest regard is Lori Desautels, Ph.D.

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Introducing Hannah and Kim: The new members of our PE team!

The Everlearner

Dear PE teachers, I’d like to use this week’s blog post to introduce you to Hannah Curtis and Kim Nkonde. Both Hannah and Kim joined The EverLearner Ltd as PE teachers on the 1st of January 2024.

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PE Insights Episode 3: Sue Wilkinson MBE – Celebrating and Advocating for Physical Education: A Call to Action

PE Scholar

Introduction Sue Wilkinson MBE and CEO of AfPE discusses the state of physical education and the urgent need for positive change.

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Congratulations Dr. Corbin!

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Professor Chuck Corbin was honored as he received the White House’s Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. The International Organization of Health, Sport, and Kinesiology (IOHSK) nominated him for this award. IOHSK’s CEO, Dr. Hosung So along with Dr Hyeonho Yu came to Phoenix to present Dr. Corbin with this wonderful award during the Awards Ceremony at the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education – NAKHE’s 2024 National Conference in Phoenix.

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French Racing: Former Jump Jockey Jacob Pritchard Webb Shares His Insights

The Sporting

Is French Horse Racing the Future? We Chat to Ex-Jockey Jacob Pritchard Webb Why is French racing so popular? Former professional jump jockey Jacob Webb discusses his big move to France, taking a look at French racecourses, jockeys, prize money and more. I never knew that a two-month working holiday to France in 2018 would end up in a move there a year later to embark on a career as a professional jump jockey.

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How Strong Families Overcome Hard Times To Raise Confident Kids

RC Families

Strong families CAN get through hard times and raise confident kids. In fact, adversity can be the fuel that produces growth and strength. I realize that the title of this post is very broad and the information addressing this could easily fill a book. But my goal today is to break it down into some.