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Meaningful Experiences in Physical Education and Youth Sport: A Review of the Literature

PE Scholar

Abstract The purpose of this research is to review the literature about young people’s meaningful experiences in physical education and youth sport.

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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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FiT Work #5 - Childhood Obesity (2024)

Mr. Suarez's Physical Education

FiT Work #5 - Childhood Obesity (2024) Did you know that over the past 30 years, childhood obesity has more than tripled in children your age? In 2010, more than one-third of children across the United States were either considered overweight or obese. Clinical studies have proven that children who are obese are more likely to be obese as adults. In 2012, the total cost to treat medical issues related to obesity in the United States was $176 billion!

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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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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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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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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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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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James's PE classroom rules: Part 2

The Everlearner

Last week, I started writing about my ten PE classroom rules and got to rule 5 ⤤. This week, I want to expand to my remaining five rules to give you a picture of how I work. All of these “rules” are written with a non-zero-tolerance approach. There are always exceptions to the rules but I hope they may give you an insight into a few ideas and, perhaps, also into why PE teachers might experience some of the things they do when teaching.

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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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Aren’t They Freezing? The REAL Reason Teenagers Won’t Wear Coats

Arizona Health and Physical Education

They’re Just Not Cold With every parent screaming “FINE… freeze then!” when their kid walks out the door totally underdressed, this might offer some peace of mind. It turns out there’s some truth to this! According to an article in the Washington Post , “The metabolic rates for kids up through their teens are higher than those of most adults, and so are their activity levels.

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Does Your Child Doubt Themselves?

RC Families

Do you get frustrated watching your child play in a sport or participate in an activity because you wish they would be more assertive and become a leader? Do you wonder what is holding your child back from being a leader? Chances are, your child doesn’t have a clear understanding of what leadership really is. In.

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Best of British Cyclo-Cross Riders Selected for 2024 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships

The Sporting

British Cycling Announces the Riders Competing at the 2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships British Cycling announces the talented Great Britain Cycling Team cyclo-cross riders heading to the Czech Republic to compete at the 2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, from Friday 2 - Sunday 4 February. Elite men’s rider Cameron Mason. Image credits: SWPix The 11-strong team will compete on the well-known technical cyclo-cross circuit in Tabor to contest the world titles across three days of rac

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8 Tips – How to Reduce PE Teacher Workload

PE Scholar

Are you a PE teacher struggling with an overwhelming workload? You’re not alone!

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Register Soon!

Arizona Health and Physical Education

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, Toxicology, Food Allergies, & Pediatric Mental Health Final Agenda to Be Released Soon!

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15 strategies to address large classes in PE! – PART 3

Fit and Fun Play

– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – As the final installment of the series on managing large class sizes, I want to share an idea that I recently revisited when using the Fun2Moov! ® Locomotor Skills Assessment System.

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How To Celebrate National Caregivers Day at Your Senior Living Facility

S&S

Celebrate National Caregivers Day – the third Friday of each February – with your residents as you provide a fun activity in which your residents can show their appreciation and kindness to the care staff of your facility. Schedule a … Read More The post How To Celebrate National Caregivers Day at Your Senior Living Facility appeared first on S&S Blog.

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How Sidwell Friends School Manages Student Health Across Two Campuses

Magnus Health

Sidwell Friends School is a Pre-K through grade 12 institution with a student population of 1,100. The school is spread across two campuses, with a lower school in Bethesda, Maryland and middle and upper school in Washington, D.C. Since 2013, Sidwell has used Magnus Health to manage student health across both campuses. We recently spoke with Anneke Collins, RN, upper school health coordinator, about her favorite Magnus Health features and how Sidwell Friends School manages student health informa

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How to find a workout partner or gym buddy through Facebook

My Zone

Habits and positive behaviour last when you’ve got someone to share the experience with. Whether it’s through learning together, sharing enthusiasm, or for safety concerns, knowing someone has your back removes certain barriers to exercise.

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Pull Up Modification Options

PLT4M

Walking up to the pull-up bar and hitting perfect pull ups might seem like a daunting task. But with the right pull up modification, any individual can begin to master this challenging exercise. We explore different pull up modification options to support every individual and their relative strength and ability. >>> Free Download: The Essential Guide To Teaching Weight Training The Pull – Foundational Human Movement For some reason, “Pulling”, as a fitness movemen

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A Touchdown for Generosity

Every Kids Sports

A Touchdown of Generosity: Every Kid Sports and the Denver Broncos Score Big for Sophia In the spirit of the holiday season, Every Kid Sports and the Denver Broncos teamed up to create a lasting memory for Sophia, an Every Kid Sports grant recipient, and her family. Thanks to the generosity of the Denver Broncos Foundation’s Ticket Turnover Program, Sophia and 10 members of her family were treated to two exhilarating Broncos games over the festive season.

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Vitamin E Tocotrienols: The Ultimate Cardiometabolic Solution

Designs for Health

The vitamin E family consists of two subgroups: tocopherols and tocotrienols. These two subgroups can be broken down further into their corresponding isomers (alpha, beta, gamma, and delta), totaling eight vitamin E isomers. Research suggests that vitamin E tocotrienols exert clinically relevant benefits in cardiometabolic health. The annatto plant is the richest known source of naturally occurring tocotrienol-rich, tocopherol-free vitamin E isomers.

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Parents' Views and Perspectives on the Importance of Adapted Physical Education

What's New in Adapted Physical Education

In this episode of What's New in Adapted Physical Education we have special guest hosts podcast Dr. Brock McMullen and Dr. Garth Tymeson (UW-Lacrosse) who interview three parents - Marlis, Pam, and Andrea - about their experiences with adapted physical education for their children with disabilities. Each parent represents children at different ages and places within the APE and special education process.

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Impact Report 2023

PE for Parents

The post Impact Report 2023 appeared first on Action for Healthy Kids.

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[Upcoming Webinar] Two Nurse Perspectives on Magnus Health

Magnus Health

The post [Upcoming Webinar] Two Nurse Perspectives on Magnus Health appeared first on Magnus Health.

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Heart Health: The Power of Balanced Electrolytes

Designs for Health

Electrolytes are a group of minerals that carry an electric charge and can generate and conduct action potential in the nerves and muscles, which is key for maintaining optimal heart health. Among the significant electrolytes in the body, magnesium, sodium, and potassium, in particular, support cardiovascular health and function in various ways. Magnesium (Mg) is required for the active transport of ions like potassium and calcium across cell membranes, influencing the conduction of nerve imp

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The Relentless School Nurse: Schools Are Key to Promoting Safe Storage of Firearms

Relentless School Nurse

My heart was beating a little faster today as I came across the new White House initiative for schools to promote the safe storage of firearms! While school nurses are not specifically named, we know that we are the Chief Wellness Officers of our buildings, and must be part of this new program. Nothing could be more important than protecting the lives of children in our schools. – Secretary Miguel Cardona Our first step is bringing this information to our school leaders.

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A road safer traveled

Arizona Health and Physical Education

ASU team plays big role in addition of safe bike lanes on busy Phoenix street By Scott Bordow | January 23, 2024 It’s just after 1 p.m. on Saturday when the 30 or so cyclists spread out single file in the bike lane, just west of Osborn Road and 11th Avenue in Phoenix. It’s a beautiful day for a ride. The skies are cloudy, the temperature cool. The bikers — adults and kids alike — head west on Osborn toward 19th Avenue, buffered from the single lane of traffic by green barriers spread out every