Mindfulness and Yoga in Physical Education

I always refer to my roots growing up in a small rural community in Oklahoma. You name the sport, I played it—if that sport was football, basketball, or baseball.  A small town...

Yoga in PE: Teaching Tips to Get Started

Having no previous experience or major exposure to yoga in PE was a barrier when I first started teaching. Thankfully, a district curriculum adoption and realignment process...
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Help 10 High-Need Schools with Big Feats Virtual Race

The Big Feats Virtual Race ends on December 31st, 2018. Join the MOVEment and register today! https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/h3xirz5kzh.jsonphttps://fast.wistia.com/assets/external/E-v1.js Gopher is proud...

Physical Activity Report Card: Use It to Change Your Corner

When I was a kid I didn’t dread report cards. I heard horror stories of kids getting grounded because of grades and was jealous of other kids...
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Three Motivating Assessment Strategies to Improve Experiences in the Classroom

Take 15-30 seconds and think of the all the feelings you have when you hear the word “assessment.”  What words come to mind?  Now…take 15-30 seconds and think...

16 STEM in the Gym Activities with Makey Makey

What is Makey Makey and why do I use it? Makey Makey, an invention kit everyone can use, is an electronic invention...

Using Google Forms for Physical Education Skill Assessment

As a teacher, you are constantly observing your class and seeing a variety of skill levels displayed by your students.  Why not record those observations and use that data to help drive...

Increasing Student Engagement: 5 Fs = an A+

Most teachers whether brand new or seasoned veterans strive to increase their positive classroom culture repertoire. Positive classroom culture, increased student engagement and maximum participation, what PE/Wellness teacher doesn’t want that? What better time...

How to Improve Teacher Efficacy in HPE

Teacher self-efficacy plays a critical role in how we think, feel, and behave. If a teacher does not feel confident in his/her abilities, his/her student’s learning experiences can be negatively affected. Here are three tips to improve teacher efficacy in Health and PE.

3 Proven Keys to a Successful School Year in P.E.

If you want to start with success, start small.  Don’t look at the whole year, look at the first month. So here’s your challenge.  Set 3 small goals you feel would be a realistic accomplishment within your first month of school.

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