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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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The Relentless School Nurse: The 2023 Most Popular Post of the Year is…

Relentless School Nurse

The Relentless School Nurse blog has had another strong year of readership and community engagement. We are closing in on 500,000 visitors since I published my first blog in July of 2017. Since then, I have posted almost 1100 blogs and written more than 600K words. I am so grateful to my readers and especially enjoy meeting you in real life. I always carry Relentless School Nurse pens with me, so if we meet up, I have a small gift of appreciation to share.

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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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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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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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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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Physical Literacy - Your 2024 Physical Education Development Goal

Physical Education Ideas

We all know the importance Physical Education plays in nurturing well-rounded individuals. A key element that is gaining increasing attention is the concept of Physical Literacy. To be clear, when talking about physical literacy, we are not talking about teaching kids the ABCs whilst getting them active. What we are talking about goes beyond the traditional notions of physical fitness; it encompasses a broader range of skills and knowledge that empower individuals to participate confidently

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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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Primary Concept Curriculum: Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Lesson Walk-Through

PE Scholar

Introduction In this unique educational experience, we'll venture into the heart of Dino Island, where young explorers will not only learn about

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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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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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Be Part of the Conversation: Register for Arizona Farm to School

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Community of Practice (CoP) Meetings What is a Community of Practice (CoP)? A community of practice (Co-OP) is a group of people who share a common interest, profession, or set of goals and come together to share knowledge, experiences, and resources. The members of a community of practice are typically practitioners who learn from one another through collaboration and sharing best practices.

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Paul Shepherd: The Leeds United Player Jailed For Drug Dealing

The Sporting

The Story of Paul Shepherd - Footballer Turned Drug Dealer Jailed football star Paul Shepherd plays against Danny Williams. Picture credits: Hatters Heritage Leeds United fans won’t remember their 1996 defeat to Arsenal fondly, but it’s likely a moment Paul Shepherd will never forget. How did the former Leeds United player go from football fame to convicted drug dealer?

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Culture Practices That Keep Kids in Sports Longer with Coach Vahid and Coach John-Mark from Unify Athletics

Complete Performance

Welcome back to another exciting episode of PerformHappy Podcast! Today, I’m thrilled to bring you insights from two exceptional coaches, Vahid and John-Mark from Unify Athletics. These dynamic coaches have created a gymnastics culture that not only produces outstanding results but also fosters a sense… The post Culture Practices That Keep Kids in Sports Longer with Coach Vahid and Coach John-Mark from Unify Athletics appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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Creating a Holistic Detox Plan for Sustainable Weight Management

Designs for Health

Detoxification and Weight Management Liver detoxification is a three-phase process required to remove toxins from the body. Phases I and II of liver detoxification mobilize exogenous and endogenous toxicants , such as environmental toxins, xenobiotics, heavy metals, medications, and metabolic waste, to undergo biotransformation. Phase III, also known as the “elimination” phase, ensures the effective excretion of toxins to attenuate potential recirculation.

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15th Annual School Healthcare Training Event

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Registration Now Open! 15th Annual School Healthcare Training Event Saturday, February 10, 2024 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM The University of Arizona Pediatric Pulmonary Center is hosting the 15th Annual School Healthcare Training Event. Topics include Smoking Tobacco and Vaping, Weight Inclusiveness, GI Issues & Behaviors, Food Allergies, & Pediatric Mental Health Final Agenda to Be Released Soon!

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TPSR Levels board display

PE Scholar

The TPSR model places a focus on levels of student-responsibility and developing desirable characteristics.

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“Feeling Great” Nutrition Game

Gopher PE

Get ready to combine fitness and nutrition in an engaging nutrition activity! Students will develop locomotor skills and spatial awareness while learning about the importance of different food groups and proper nutrition! Objective: To allow for movement that develops different locomotor skills and spatial awareness, and to help students understand the food groups and proper nutrition.

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Ten 2024 Goals for Parents

RC Families

If you like to set new year’s goals, or establish new year’s resolutions, here are my top 10 2024 goals for parents: 1. Be sure your child feels and hears your love every day. Find new ways to say and show “I love you.” 2. Be intentional about saying more positive than negative comments. Here’s.

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Support Personnel in Physical Education

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Greetings Arizona Health and Physical Educators and Welcome to 2024! I trust everyone was able to enjoy the holidays with family and friends, make a little dent in that home ‘to do’ list, relax and get recharged for the spring semester. As we prepare for the second half of the year, I wanted to address the topic of paraeducators (or paraprofessionals, teaching assistants, etc.) in physical education.

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Electrolytes: Essential Functions for Optimal Health

Designs for Health

“ Electrolyte ” describes a particle that carries an electric charge. In the human body, electrolytes are crucial in supporting optimal hydration. Significant electrolytes for the body are sodium, potassium, chloride, magnesium, calcium, phosphate, and bicarbonate, which can come from foods, fluids, or supplements. These electrolyte minerals can generate and conduct action potential in the nerves and muscles.

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Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford Welcomes First Baby of 2024

Stanford Childrens

New Year baby arrives early to meet the family Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford , the core of the Stanford Medicine Children’s Health network, rang in 2024 in the best way — by welcoming its first New Year’s baby on Monday morning at 3:49 a.m. Karla Miranda Reyes and Fredie Garcia welcomed a son to the world on New Year’s Day. This is their second boy for the Palo Alto family.

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Firstbeat Technologies and Finnish Floorball Team SPV Confirm Partnership Continuation

First Beat

Seinäjoen Peliveljet (SPV) has confirmed they will continue to invest in athlete development through the use of the Firstbeat Sports platform. The agreement covers the representative team and talented athletes from the U22, U19, and U17 teams. On the partnership, Joel Wenning, Firstbeat’s Customer Success Manager says: “The physical training culture has always been strong at SPV.

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Teaching Physical Literacy within Physical Education

Physical Education Ideas

In my last blog post I outlined what physical literacy is, it's benefits and briefly outlined what it can look like at a school level. In this post I'm going to give some specific examples of what it can look like in your P.E. teaching in regard to the four domains of physical literacy. Remember, when analyzing physical literacy, what we are talking about goes beyond the traditional notions of physical fitness; it encompasses a broader range of skills and knowledge that empower individuals to pa

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Portuguese Physical Literacy Assessment – Observation (PPLA-O) for adolescents (15–18 years) from grades 10–12: Development and initial validation through item response theory

PE Scholar

Portuguese Physical Literacy Assessment- Observation instrument to assess the physical and part of the cognitive domain of Physical Literacy.

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Badminton Skills & Drills For Beginners

PLT4M

Badminton is a fun and fast-paced racket sport that players of all skill levels can enjoy. Basic badminton skills and drills can help new students become confident badminton players. We explore the important skills to cover for badminton beginners and provide 5 instructional videos from PLT4M’s badminton skills program. Skills In Badminton You don’t need to be a professional player to grab a racket and have fun with the game of badminton.

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Healthy Meals Incentives Recognition Awards

PE for Parents

The post Healthy Meals Incentives Recognition Awards appeared first on Action for Healthy Kids.

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Stay Amazing in 2024. each and everyone of you!

AKA Sports

Stay Amazing… yes every single one of you! I just wanted to say Happy New Year to all of my supporters and AKA families! This journey through the first 20 years of Active Kaids Association of Sport, AKASPORT, has been remarkable. The people, the places, the thousands of kids, games and laughs, the highs and certainly the lows. And there’s so much more ahead!

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