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. Teachers can set rest periods between sets and track individual student progress throughout the school year.
2.Customizable High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Tests
Design personalized HIIT workouts tailored to each student’s needs and goals. Select from a wide range of exercises, and receive real-time feedback on their performance. This feature allows teachers to create engaging and challenging activities while monitoring progress.
3.Jump Rope Test
Integrate the classic jump rope test into your curriculum and evaluate students’ agility, coordination, and cardiovascular endurance. The platform provides a fun and interactive way to assess skills and compare results among peers.
Educators can now create and manage custom rubrics for various assignments and projects. This feature enables teachers to easily assign grades, provide detailed feedback, and track student progress across multiple tasks. It also streamlines the grading process and fosters a more engaging learning environment.
5.K-12 Standards-Based Curated Resources
Access a vast collection of curated resources aligned with national and state standards for physical education and health. These materials include lesson plans, videos, articles, and quizzes, ensuring that teachers have access to high-quality, relevant content for their classrooms.
These new features further strengthen the PhysednHealth K-12 platform by providing additional tools and resources to help teachers engage students, promote healthy lifestyles, and meet educational objectives. Try them out today and discover the enhanced possibilities for your classroom!
As more teachers move away from traditional fitness assessment and towards addressing student well-being, it is important for them to ensure that what they teach in the classroom is relevant to a student’s lifestyle outside the school grounds. By taking a holistic approach to physical education, one that considers not just the physical aspects of fitness, but also the social, emotional, and mental aspects of health and well-being, teachers can better understand and support the unique needs and challenges of their students. By doing so, they can have a positive impact on their physical and mental health, both inside and outside of the classroom.
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