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According to the National Institutes of Health, obesity is the second leading cause of mortality in the world. By 2020, as many as 60 million children will be endangered by obesity, and against that, we must now begin to fight through the propagation of healthy and physically active lifestyles.



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Cameras Off. Liabilities. PE Teachers’ Challenges

It’s been three months since school started. Articles and blogs on tips and techniques to get your students to turn their cameras on during online classes abound on the internet. Physical Education is ‘Education in the Physical.’ Teachers must be able to see that the students are performing movements correctly. As if that was not […]

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8 Steps to an Effective and Engaging Hybrid PE Curriculum Delivery

As if it was not difficult enough to teach PE in normal times, the new quarantine environment has create a layer of complexity you must overcome. Why? Because you are still being evaluate as a teacher. What to do? Follow PhysednHealth 8 steps to an Effective and Engaging Hybrid PE Curriculum Delivery: Sign up for […]

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Compensatory Services for Special Ed. Students by State

  We are compiling a list of Compensatory Services for Special Ed. Students to help the families get the assistance they need. Please share with those in need and email us links to the states we are missing. Arizona – Special Education Guidance for COVID-19   California – Special Education Guidance for COVID-19   Colorado […]

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What PE Teachers know that School Leaders Ignore!

The American Heart Association, the CDC, and other groups consistently promote the importance of physical activities and the impact on students’ academic performance, behavior, emotional balance, and overall well-being. This is a fact you know very well. Before the pandemic, 81% of students received their daily dose of physical activities during PE class. Superintendents, principals, […]

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Best Video Practices for Hosting PE Online

As #PE continues to live Online, there are emerging practices you can use to give your students an engaging experience. There are many suggestions that have been shared online. We have found these to be the most helpful. Lighting is everything. In video recording, lighting determines the quality of your video. Change your light bulbs […]

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Rubrics – A better way to Assess

  Many #PE #teachers were ‘instructed/encouraged’ to give a passing grade to all #students at the end of the #school year for obvious reasons. While the #pandemic2020 rages on and the new school year is about to begin, we owe it to our students to let them know where they stand. Unlike #maths or #scienceandtechnology , PE has a profound, lasting impact on one’s way of #life and cannot be […]

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Sharese – #WhyAwesome series

Sharese states: ‘Getting out and getting healthy doesn’t necessarily mean: hey kid, run five miles. Do something FUN!’    PhysednHealth We’re kicking off an exciting #WhyAwesome series — in which individuals give their advice and motivation for inspiring students to stay active in physical education class… and beyond! In this video, Sharese Davis (@summermichelleee) explains how she wasn’t […]

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Don’t skip gym: Physical education important to learning, academic success

By TAKE CARE STAFF  With the demand for schools to focus more on academics and less on gym class, many districts in the U.S. have cut back students’ physical education times or eliminated them completely. However, an author and authority on the connection between brain activity and fitness said the two goals of fitness and academic […]

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How Often Should You Assess Your Students?

Giving your students a fitness assessment test can be challenging. For that reason, many teachers resort to testing once or twice (pre and post) a year, or for the duration, they have the students. This approach has proven not to be effective because it measures biological growth instead of educating on the value of meaningful […]

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5 Things all High Performing College Students Do – The Freshman 15 is Real!

There are many actions that college students can take to eat more healthily and enjoy their college years without jeopardizing their health from excessive weight gain or weight loss. Among some recommendations are: Try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night. Avoid skipping meals. When you skip a meal, the subsequent hunger […]

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