Category: Teaching Tips

Looking for a new way to organize lessons and classes? Need help wading through the countless online apps and other resources for PE teachers to find the best option for your students? Teachers just like you share their PE teaching tips to create excitement during class, keep it all organized, and introduce new and exciting activities!

7 Tips for a Successful PE Experience for a Child with Autism

Every child needs help to become successful in PE but there is one child in particular, in your class, that needs more attention than most children. You have a child with Autism that has trouble with social cues, motor skills and is fixated on trains at the moment. Your job is to try your hardest to give every child a successful experience in PE but what can you do for a child who has Autism and the gym is a very difficult space for them? Here are a few tips I have learned over my career that have helped give successful PE experiences to students with Autism.

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COVID Relief Funding

8 Ways Federal Funding Can Assist with Your PE Priorities

By now you’re likely familiar with the federal relief funding that was passed help schools reopen safely. The funding can be used to purchase PPE, sanitation products, and other items to keep students and faculty safe. In addition to safety items, the funding can also be used to support your Health and Physical Education program though addressing learning loss and using equipment that keeps students physically distant.

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PE Express Podcast

Using Question Techniques for Learning in PE [Interactive]

Questioning techniques are vital to helping students to understand concepts and strategies within physical education. This podcast explores the importance of including questioning techniques as well as my top teaching strategy to allow for more natural questioning!

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health. moves. minds.

health. moves. minds. at a High School Setting

Learn how Bill Casey incorporated SHAPE America’s health.moves.minds. program into his high school and how it ended up being an experience for our students that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.

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