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Getting Better vs. Getting Seen: The Conundrum That Derails Many Promising Young Athletes

Changing the Game Project

“Thanks Coach, we had an amazing time in this program, but you just don’t do enough showcases and we are going to miss getting seen by college coaches. We will The post Getting Better vs. Getting Seen: The Conundrum That Derails Many Promising Young Athletes appeared first on Changing the Game Project.

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The Relentless School Nurse: The Tipping Point

Relentless School Nurse

One of the most engaged readers of my blog is veteran school nurse Linda Morse, who retired from the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) several years ago. She has a deep knowledge of school nursing from her wide-angle lens as one of the few school nurses at the state level. Linda often comments on my blog posts and shares her reflections, reactions and recommendations, all important points that I read carefully.

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CIRCLE HAND SOCCER – Game of the Week – perfect for limited space and equipment

Keeping Kids in Motion

Sometimes you just need a quick game with limited equipment that takes up a small amount of space. This happened to us recently when our gym was transformed into an art gallery and our playground was too wet. Enter CIRCLE HAND SOCCER. Some play.

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The Undertaker: The Phenom, the Tombstone and an Enduring Legacy

The Sporting

The Undertaker: “The Phenom”, a WWE Legend Few have ever worked in professional wrestling that has embodied their character quite like The Undertaker. The Phenom was every bit of that moniker. In the early days of his tenure in WWE(F), he was a mysterious and daunting presence that both captivated and terrified audiences. The Undertaker was more than a wrestler or a character; he was an entire persona that—for many years—no one could quite figure out.

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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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Do You Know Your Child’s Love Language?

RC Families

Knowing your child’s love language is another tool that parents can use as they build a connection with their children, a connection which will enable them to have a stronger influence in their child’s life. As I talked about last week, a strong relationship with your child can make them more receptive to the boundaries.

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The Relentless School Nurse: A School Nurse’s Retirement Poem

Relentless School Nurse

It is the season to say goodbye to our trusted school nursing colleagues who are retiring. Most of us work independently, but there are a few lucky school nurses who are part of an in-person team. One such team in my school district is coming to its natural conclusion as Lynn, a dear and dedicated school nurse, reached the magic number of 25 and is retiring.

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The Seattle Supersonics: Kemp, Payton, Durant and an angry City

The Sporting

The Rise And Fall Of The Seattle SuperSonics In the mid-’90s, one team above all others challenged the Chicago Bulls for the title of the most exciting team to watch; the Seattle Supersonics NBA fans were first treated to a unique brand of basketball in the 80s that they had never seen before, it was called “Showtime”. The 2005/2006 NBA season saw Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns introduce a daring style of fast-paced offense that attempted to score in 7 seconds or less.

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Training Load Guide for Ice Hockey

First Beat

Getting results in sports is increasingly decided by ever-decreasing margins. Even 1% can make a big difference. The post Training Load Guide for Ice Hockey appeared first on Firstbeat.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Art Heals

Relentless School Nurse

The fourth school year impacted by COVID is coming to a close next month. Thankfully it is ending on a much better note than it began. For that, I am incredibly grateful. While we are still reeling from the effects of the past three years of pandemic school nursing, it does feel that we have arrived at a turning point. COVID is much more in our rearview mirror than ahead of us.

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Using AI Language Models in Physical Education | Ep. 207

Gopher PE

[0:00] The world we live in is changing rapidly thanks to the rise of AI language models, which are set to revolutionize the way we communicate and interact in countless ways. What does this mean for us as health and physical education professionals? In today’s episode, we’ll cover how AI language models are being used in communication education, the concerns around biases and accuracy, the role of open AI prompt engineering for improving prompt quality and the potential use of AI mo

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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 Most Memorable Golf Shots in Majors History

The Sporting

5 of the Greatest and Most Memorable Shots Ever Hit at Golf Majors Do you remember Constantino Rocca’s Monster Putt in 1995? Or when Tiger Woods blew everyone away with a chip shot in 2005? Take a trip down memory lane with 5 of the most memorable shots ever played in a golf major - by sports writer Tim Ellis. Larry Mize celebrates his legendary chip at the 1987 Masters Major championships are what players prepare for - and the best tournaments are always punctuated by a magical shot that change

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5 ways to reduce teachers’ workload through effective primary PE planning

The PE Hub

Teaching is one of the most noble and fulfilling professions, but it can also be incredibly demanding and stressful. Teachers must manage a wide range of responsibilities, including planning and preparing lessons, marking books, and supporting their class. With so many tasks on their plate, it’s no surprise that many teachers struggle with work overload.

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The Relentless School Nurse: Ten Self-Advocacy Strategies for School Nurses

Relentless School Nurse

Welcome to a special edition of the Relentless School Nurse blog! As passionate health advocates for our students, it is crucial that we also prioritize our own well-being and professional growth. So, let’s explore some strategies to empower ourselves and ensure that our voices are heard loud and clear. Building Strong Relationships : One of the first steps in advocating for yourself is to build strong relationships within your school community.

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Evidence Based Practices In Education

PLT4M

Evidence based practices in education are becoming increasingly important in the world of physical education (PE). As teachers and administrators strive to create the best learning environment for their students, evidence based practices provide a reliable and effective method for improving student outcomes. This article will discuss the various evidence based practices in education and how they can be applied to PE.

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Hiking: 10 physical and mental health benefits

The Sporting

10 Health Benefits of Hiking Hiking isn't just a way to relax. It offers a wide range of benefits, and can dramatically improve both your physical and mental health. Here are a few of the ways hiking can transform you into the best version of yourself. There are a myriad of destinations for hiking world wide, from forests in Estonia, to the Rocky Mountains of the US and the riverbanks of the UK. 1.

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Broadening Your Child’s Interests – Alternative After-School Activities

Keeping Kids in Motion

Children's interests are constantly changing, and as parents, we want to allow them to explore various activities. You may have heard of traditional options like sports or dance classes, but what about the alternatives?

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The Relentless School Nurse: Nurses Spread the Word About Gun Safety

Relentless School Nurse

Thank you journalist, Linda Childers for amplifying the voices of nurses and our role in gun violence prevention and firearm safety. There are more than four million nurses across the country, imagine our collective power if we focused on educating families, patients, students and communities about the urgency for safe storage. We could have an immediate impact on saving lives, today!

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Fundraising Blueprint: How Wyoming School Raised $2,500 with health. moves. minds.

Gopher PE

Harrison Elementary PE teacher and health. moves. minds. team champion, Briana Fuller, hosted a fundraising event for her school this past year. Her school raised over $2,500! 25% of those funds raised went to her school’s PTO and another 25% went towards her PE program in the form of a Gopher gift card. We’re excited to share her secrets to success in the Q&A below: Q: Describe the conversation with your administration about health. moves. minds.?

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Paddleboarding for Beginners: A Simple Guide to Paddleboarding or SUP

The Sporting

Paddleboarding 101: How to get started with Paddleboarding Being able to go on the water and experience the uninterrupted freedom of going wherever you like is a joy and privilege that few can experience. One such experience that has become a growing trend and will certainly be a feature amongst future Summer plans is Paddleboarding, or stand-up paddleboard (SUP).

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While We Wait for Better Sex Ed, We Work

Teen Health Mississippi

May is Sex Ed for All Month. In Mississippi, however, not all youth are provided with the sex education they need and deserve. Mississippi needs more comprehensive sex education. In 2011, the Mississippi Legislature passed House Bill 999 , which requires public schools to adopt and implement an abstinence-based sex ed policy and curriculum. Twelve years later, this law has not changed.

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Dear OCR GCSE PE students, this is how to ace your Paper 2 exam in 2023

The Everlearner

Dear OCR GCSE PE student, Yes, you! The one reading this post. I wanted to ask for a few moments of your time in order to share with you a few ideas about how to really prepare sharply for your Paper 2 exam.

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Back to School Preview and Program News

Arizona Health and Physical Education

This back to school, America’s dairy farmers are evolving Fuel Up to Play 60 to simply Fuel Up — a broader effort, adapted to meet the growing needs of today’s youth and school wellness environments. While our long-standing Fuel Up to Play 60 program with the NFL will be officially ending at the end of June, our joint commitment to schools isn’t changing.

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The Year the Doncaster Rovers Went Up in Flames

The Sporting

1997/98: The Worst Year in the History of Doncaster Rovers Many clubs have had bad seasons, but very few can compare to the calamitous campaign Doncaster Rovers endured in 1997/98. That season, the Vikings were relegated from the Football League for the first time in their long history. Many believed it would be the team’s final year as a professional football club.

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Happy Mother's Day!

Montessori Physical Education

Happy Mother’s Day! Yesterday, my mom was playing pickleball with her grandson. She is in her seventies and was a force on the tennis court, so pickleball is right up her alley. Marshall swung away at the ball, either missing entirely or smashing the ball emphatically, but nevertheless determined to try again and again. It reminded me of my youth playing tennis, learning to play tennis with her, which was equal parts fun and frustrating.

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Dear Edexcel GCSE PE students, this is how to ace your Paper 2 exam in 2023

The Everlearner

Dear Edexcel GCSE PE student, Yes, you! The one reading this post. I wanted to ask for a few moments of your time now that your Paper 1 PE exam is behind you in order to share a few ideas about how to really prepare sharply for your Paper 2 exam.

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Four Peaks Brewing kicks off annual teacher appreciation giveaways

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Four Peaks Brewing in Tempe has kicked off its 13th annual Four Peaks for Teachers program, which includes: Teachers can sign up to receive a free school supply kit loaded with essential items like colorful dry erase markers, premium quality pens, pencils, and Post-It notes. This year, Four Peaks will distribute more than 7,000 kits. Community members can nominate outstanding teachers through June 30.

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Marco van Basten: A Great Career Cut Short

The Sporting

Marco Van Basten: One of the Greatest Players but a Career Cut Short by Injury Since his retirement from football in 1995, it has been claimed by many football insiders that Marco van Basten would have broken numerous records, and may well have been one of the greatest footballers of all time. Van Basten retired from football at the age of 28, a time when many players are in the prime of their careers.

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Recent Review Investigates Association Between Mood Health and Gut Microbiome

Designs for Health

The connection between the gut microbiome, mood health, and brain function is referred to as the gut-brain axis. It is a bidirectional signaling pathway between the central and enteric nervous system where the gut microbiome communicates with the brain, impacting certain aspects of mood and brain health. The gut-brain axis is thought to influence cognitive functioning and mood through mechanisms related to the immune system, inflammation modulation, and cellular metabolism.

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Dear AQA GCSE PE students, this is how to ace your Paper 2 exam in 2023

The Everlearner

Dear AQA GCSE PE student, Yes, you! The one reading this post. I wanted to ask for a few moments of your time in order to share with you a few ideas about how to really prepare sharply for your Paper 2 exam.

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Creating Safe Learning Environments

Player Development Project

Safety may not be the first characteristic we associate with exceptional coaching environments, but, for our players, a sense of security is essential to being able to learn effectively. Below, we draw upon the knowledge of several experts as we explain why safe coaching environments are so important, and how we can engender a culture of trust, security, and enjoyment within our teams and clubs.

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Frankel: The Story of a Legendary Racehorse

The Sporting

Frankel: The Greatest British Racehorse of All-Time? We look at the story of perhaps the greatest flat racehorse in British racing history, the unmistakable Frankel. Frankel: Wonderhorse Name : Frankel Sire : Galileo Record : 14-0-0 Dam : Kind Earnings : £2,998,302 Dam’s sire : Danehill Trainer : Sir Henry Cecil Breeder : Juddmonte Farms Ltd. Owner : Khalid Bin Abdullah Trained by Sir Henry Cecil and owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, Frankel was perhaps the greatest horse ever to grace the racetr

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Collagen Peptides to Promote Skeletal Muscle

Designs for Health

Collagen protein accounts for as much as 30% of the body’s total protein and is the primary structural protein of the body’s connective tissue. It plays a crucial role in supporting organ development, healing wounds, promoting healthy skin appearance and elasticity, and maintaining the health and function of tendons, nails, joints, and bones. Collagen may also promote the production of skeletal muscle.

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Streamlining Medication Administration at Wooster School

Magnus Health

Managing medication administration at a private school can be a challenging task for a small health staff, especially when the number of students on medication continues to grow. Anna Jette, School Health Clinic Nurse at Wooster School in Danbury, CT, relies on Magnus Health to streamline the school’s medication practices. With the help of Magnus Health , she can track which students require medications (and when), communicate with parents about any changes or medication updates, and share infor

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THMS to Host 2023 MYSummit June 8-11, 2023

Teen Health Mississippi

On June 8-11, 2023, young people from across Mississippi and the southeast US will gather in Raymond, MS to build skills to help them lead change in their communities. Hosted by Teen Health Mississippi and our partners, the Mobilizing Youth Summit (MYSummit) provides young people with an opportunity to increase awareness around issues affecting youth in their communities.

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The Most Popular Sports in Italy

The Sporting

The 4 Most Popular Sports in Italy Italian passion for sports knows no bounds! But which sports do Italians like the most? And what are THE most popular sports in Italy of all-time? Read on to find out! Including big players, big wins and big moments from throughout the years. Italian volleyball player Osmany Juantorena Italy’s passion for sports is clear from the variety of activities that are popular among Italians, as well as their incredible achievements.

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