A new magazine for people dedicated to quality physical education. The inaugural issue covers advocacy, credit flexibilty, blended learning, professional development, and a new approach to health education.
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A growing demand for more options has sparked a significant rise in the popularity of PE alternatives.
This document is a general road map for administrators and educators to collaborate in order to meet the demands of their constituents while remaining in compliance.
The information included in this document is equally valuable to school considering credit flexibility policy as well as schools wishing to evaluate existing policies.
Last year, blended learning became the next big thing in PE. Now thousands of Indiana students live it. This session gives you the ABC's of a balanced academic/kinetic curriculum.
Knock the socks off the digital natives with apps they (and you) will love. Bring your mobile device to discover technology students will use now and for a lifetime of healthful physical activity.
Do you need meaningful assignments for eLearning days and snow days? Avoid the "busywork mistake" and load your LMS with relevant assignments that improve physical literacy.
It's time to bust the myths about alternatives to genuine PE. Learn how research based advocacy, student learning outcomes, and curriculum improvements keep physical education from being marginalized. If you don't speak up, who will?
Blended learning and the flipped classroom share common characteristics found in many new trends.
Hype and promise often get ahead of reality. This session tells the story how we use 100% blended learning curricula
to advance Warren Central High School's race to the top through innovation and reform. After a year into the program, we now have
data-driven measured learning tools, better student learning outcomes, and improved teacher effectiveness.
Our approach allows us to leverage best practices from schools across the state, better utilize technology,
and focus teacher attention on student relationships and individualized learning.