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The benefits of sport participation and physical activity in schools

PE Scholar

Executive Summary Prior research documents that sport participation among secondary school children is associated with various benefits, including

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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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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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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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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 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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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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Understanding Gaseous Exchange: A Guide for Teachers

The Everlearner

The topic of gaseous exchange exists in a huge range of PE qualifications. From GCSE to A-level to BTEC to VCERT to International Baccalaureate. Yet, are we, the PE teaching sector, really sure that we deliver this topic well? Do we associate our teaching with how students learn gaseous exchange in biology and are we confident –I meanly truly confident– that we intuitively understand the process of exchange above being able to simply teach what is expected in an exam?

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American Football Play Designer

PE Scholar

This play designer is a printable resource that encourages pupils to design their own plays during American Football lessons.

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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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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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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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Tired of Getting Angry at Your Kids? Here’s How to Beat It

RC Families

Do you find yourself getting angry at your kids way too often? Do you blow up at your kids when you know deep down that it’s not the right way to teach and guide them? Do you get frustrated at them when you have to say things over and over to get them to respond?

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Finding your Fire With Elite Gymnast Sophia Campana

Complete Performance

Welcome back to another exciting episode of the PerformHappy podcast. Today, we’ve got a special treat for you as we dive into the world of passion, determination, and resilience with none other than elite gymnast Sophia Campana. In this episode, Sophia shares incredible stories from… The post Finding your Fire With Elite Gymnast Sophia Campana appeared first on Complete Performance Coaching.

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Manchester City's March Continues: Understanding Their Perennial Favourite Status in the Premier League

The Sporting

Manchester City: The Perennial Favourites of the Premier League Why is Manchester City the perennial title favourite for the Premier League? The Sporting Blog tells all! Join The Sporting Blog founder Oli Harris as we dive into City’s recent dominance - including resources, squad quality, tactics, fan culture and more. Setting the Scene Few clubs have exhibited as much consistency and dominance as Manchester City in the Premier League in recent years.

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Community Leaders Can Help Prevent Bullying

Arizona Health and Physical Education

ullying can be prevented, especially when the power of a community is brought together. Anyone can help prevent bullying with the right tools. That’s why it’s so important for community leaders to come together to help identify and support children who are bullied, redirect the behavior of children who bully, and change the attitudes of adults and youth who tolerate bullying behaviors in peer groups, schools , and communities.

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15 strategies to address large classes in PE! – PART 1

Fit and Fun Play

– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – Going back to school after the holiday break can feel daunting. Especially for Physical Education teachers whose class sizes (on a national average) exceed 40 students per class! Although SHAPE America recommends smaller class sizes, the reality is large class sizes pose difficult instructional and safety concerns.

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8 January fitness pitfalls and how to avoid them

My Zone

Myzone is an innovative, wearable heart rate system.

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Free CPD for Practitioners – INCLUSION 2024 LIVE

PE Scholar

29th January – 2nd February 2024 What is Inclusion 2024 Live?

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Kindness Resources

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Now’s the time to learn more about SHAPE America’s health. moves. minds. FUNdraiser — and our new Random Acts of Kindness Week resources : Classroom Kindness Activities (for K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12); Random Acts of Kindness Week Calendars; Kindness Scavenger Hunt; Let the Kindness Roll Game Card; Pay It Forward Kindness Cards; Pass Kindness Forward Social Media Graphics; And more!

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Strength and Conditioning Templates

PLT4M

A well-structured strength and conditioning program can enhance strength, power, speed, agility, capacity, and endurance while reducing the risk of injury. However, creating such a program can be daunting. This is where strength and conditioning templates come into play. Strength and conditioning templates offer a structured approach to designing workouts that can be customized to fit goals and needs.

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Building Super Strengths: Supporting Players’ Attributes

Player Development Project

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to player development. Young people develop at different ages and stages of participation, and at different rates throughout their journeys in the game. Therefore it’s vital that we individualise our approach to player development. In this article, Fulham FC coach Gabriel Flores explains how he uses strength-based training to help players maximise their potential.

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December 2023 NCPEID Collaborative: Working with Paraprofessionals in APE

What's New in Adapted Physical Education

Listen in on the December NCPEID APE Collaborative focused on working with paraprofessionals in APE. This episode features guests Dr. Seo Lee (University of Wisconsin Superior), Ginny Reid (Orange County Department of Education), and Wendy Arteaga ( Orange County Department of Education). In this podcast they address the challenges faced by paraprofessionals in the field of APE, such as limited resources, varying levels of training, and the need for effective communication.

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Level-Up Your PE Program: USTA School Tennis Webinar January 17

Arizona Health and Physical Education

School Tennis Join us on Wednesday, January 17th from 4-5 PM EST to gain insight into the Physical Education tennis program, how to implement or sustain a PE tennis program, connect with a School Partner (Parks & Recreation or an NJTL/CTA), and work with After School programs to grow the sport.

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Weight Room Safety For Schools

PLT4M

When it comes to school fitness facilities, the weight room stands out as a hub for students to build strength, endurance, and confidence. However, the very nature of weightlifting calls for a heightened level of vigilance to ensure the safety of all who use it. Weight room safety is not merely a recommendation; it is an essential aspect for schools that requires careful planning, consistent oversight, and a cohesive culture.

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Advanced Ways to Refuel and Maintain Euhydration

Designs for Health

Maintaining optimal total body water content is crucial for overall health and athletic performance. The goal is to achieve and sustain euhydration , a state of optimal total body water content. In this state, the body operates most efficiently , positively impacting cardiovascular health, thermoregulation, athletic performance, metabolism, mood, and exercise recovery.

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Dec 2023: SCOTUS Affirmative Action Decision

Rennie Center

Dec 2023: SCOTUS Affirmative Action Decision catherine-rauseo Tue, 01/09/2024 - 15:11 Fri, 12/01/2023 - 12:00 Read More News Type Newsletter

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How Timely!

Arizona Health and Physical Education

Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others? Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Celebrating achievements and setting goals for 2024

My Zone

Myzone is an innovative, wearable heart rate system.

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Blackbaud and Magnus Health: Partnering to Boost Efficiency in Private Schools

Magnus Health

Are disparate technology systems sending your school into data chaos? When your staff can’t communicate effectively, vital student information slips through the cracks. By integrating your Blackbaud SIS with Magnus Health, you’ll be able to streamline processes, improve the security of your health data, and provide a seamless experience for parents, faculty, and administrators.

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Oct 2023: STEM Pathways Blueprint

Rennie Center

Oct 2023: STEM Pathways Blueprint catherine-rauseo Tue, 01/09/2024 - 15:49 Sun, 10/01/2023 - 12:00 Read More News Type Newsletter

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Jan 2024: COE Look Back

Rennie Center

Jan 2024: COE Look Back catherine-rauseo Tue, 01/09/2024 - 15:03 Mon, 01/08/2024 - 12:00 Read More News Type Newsletter

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Nov 2023: COE Western MA

Rennie Center

Nov 2023: COE Western MA catherine-rauseo Tue, 01/09/2024 - 15:44 Wed, 11/01/2023 - 12:00 Read More

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