During this difficult time, we are inspired by all of the Physical Education teachers who are searching for and sharing at-home resources. Keeping students active and healthy, especially at this time, is incredibly important. We want to help! We have put together a wide variety of PE teacher resources for you including lesson plans, professional development, skills cards and blogs to help you during this stressful time. Please enjoy! All of these at-home learning resources are completely free for you.

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Most Recent Articles and  Resources

Reflecting and Preparing for PE This Fall with Jessica Shawley [Interactive]

As we enjoy our summer, Jessica shares about the importance of reflection as a way to prepare for fall, including specifics about what was learned from teaching during the COVID-19 spring term pandemic. Reflecting on Spring 2020 0:20 Reflection is an important part of the learning process. It's not only important for our students as learners though it's also important for us as teachers and as...

6 Learned Lessons to Take With You Next School Year [Interactive]

I have some reflective thoughts and lesson learned from COVID-19 that I would like to share. Celebrate Your Accomplishments The first thing I don't want us to lose out on is celebrating another academic year. I think we typically celebrate this type of year with some positivity and reflecting, and I think that shouldn't be any different. I hear lots of teachers saying "yes, this is my last Zoom!...

The Times They Are A Changing

The New Normal? With the uncertainty that COVID has brought to our profession, I want to look at the evolution of Physical Education and how we have changed and evolved throughout the years. You can research and trace the early reasons for the development of Physical Education in the United States, and it is interesting to note that early Physical Education...

Two Summer Reading Books That Stress the Importance of Physical Activity

In this Physical Education podcast, Chris Nichols shares two books that stress the physical and mental benefits of movement and physical education. Today on the PE Express podcast, I'll share my thoughts on two books that have greatly influenced my teaching. Welcome to the PE Express podcast. Today I would like to share the importance of continued growth through professional books that helps...

A New Model for PE is Necessary After COVID

In this episode of the PE Express podcast, Dr. Pangrazi outlines what Physical Education could look like after COVID. He details four characteristics of lifetime activity and explores ways to get students and adults motivated to stay fit. Let me share with you a little bit today about lifetime activity and what it is.

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