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Online M.S. in Physical Education

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Momentum Spring 21

In this issue you’ll find:

 

• Updates on the collaborative process to update SHAPE America’s National Standards for K-12 Physical Education and the National Health Education Standards;

 

• Reflections from health and physical educators on what it has been like teaching during the pandemic;

 

• Success stories from health and physical educators who are teaching their students SEL-based skills and raising money for their HPE program;

 

• The latest advocacy news … health & PE resources ... and much more!

 

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Online M.S. In Leadership in PE and Sport

 

Online M.S. in Leadership in Physical Education and Sport graduate program students pay in-state tuition! Advance your content, pedagogical, and leadership knowledge for improved professional practice in physical education, coaching, and sport settings. Accepted students may begin fall, summer, or spring and typically graduate within five semesters. No GRE required.

SHAPE America

The National Physical Education Standards Task Force is interested in informally collecting student voice to inform their thinking as they begin revising SHAPE America’s National Standards for K-12 Physical Education. Currently, we invite preK-12 physical educators and university faculty to collect student responses for the Student Voice Survey. The survey includes just one question and doesn’t ask for any personally identifiable information. The deadline for completion is June 15. 

 

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Online Physical Education Graduate Program

The M.A.Ed. in Physical Education Master Teacher is an online graduate program designed to help K-12 physical education teachers enhance their instructional effectiveness. Students can choose from emphases in pedagogy or special populations to help enhance their physical fitness classroom.

SHAPE America

This webinar will feature a panel of local leaders who found ways to continue offering recess during COVID-19. They will share lessons learned and ideas for the upcoming school year. In addition, representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will share guidance and considerations for ways to safely and equitably provide recess now and in the future. 

 

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The new edition of The Essentials of Teaching Physical Education gives physical education teachers — and future teachers — practical and essential information and guidance on the most relevant topics for today’s physical educators, including physical literacy, accountability, social justice, social-emotional learning, and trauma-informed practices. The book takes a standards-based approach that is fully integrated with SHAPE America assessments. 

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SHAPE America

From 6-7:30 p.m. EDT tonight (May 26), we will host a National Health Education Standards Town Hall to garner initial thoughts from the field about the revision process. Health educators and other school health education stakeholders will be able to provide direct feedback about potential changes to the NHES. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

Peer to Peer

 

Health and physical educators across the country are sharing top-notch ideas, resources and more!

 

Check out the latest videos on our YouTube channel:

 

NEW Video Series! Interactive Lessons for Health and Physical Education

Step into the classroom of health and physical education teachers across the nation as they demonstrate what their classes look like during a pandemic.

 

– Watch K-12 educators discuss the process of updating SHAPE America's National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education.

 

New episode of the SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Sean Nevills:

: Sean is joined by Denzel Billy, a school counselor in New York, who talks about his role in supporting the mental health of students, what he's seen over the past year, tech tips his school and district have used to support students during the pandemic, bringing cultural awareness to schools, being a YouTube Dad, having a child with sickle cell disease, and more.

 

News Around the Nation

Kaiser Permanente

Join us as we dive into what effective learning requires — for students and adults to feel safe, calm and focused. We’ll walk through our newest toolkit, Me Moments, which teaches adults and young people how to co-create strategies for self-regulation. The toolkit includes a variety of strategies and options for any type of learning environment. The live webinar will be held on May 26 at 3 p.m. EDT and will be recorded for on-demand viewing. 

 

Wavy.com

In Virginia, local educators worked during the COVID-19 pandemic to make sure students stayed healthy both physically and mentally. Creekside Elementary School physical education teacher Joel Tise said their team quickly got together after the pandemic to figure out how to reach students virtually. He said they had to get creative, and he is grateful for all the inspiration they found through the online teacher community. 

 

Healthline

According to new research, physical activity in childhood can help youngsters develop their emotional and behavioral regulation skills, which play a crucial role in their academic achievement. “Physical activity is linked to emotional regulation in early childhood and behavioral regulation in middle childhood,” the study authors wrote. “This relationship predicts academic attainment, suggesting that early and sustained physical activity is an important element in children’s development and schooling.” 

 

Edutopia

Emotional regulation can be a particularly challenging skill for tweens and teens. At this point in their development, they can demonstrate social and emotional changes that may impact their ability to emotionally regulate in the school setting and that can affect grades, executive functioning, and overall health. When physical, academic, social, and peer pressures and fluctuations pile on, many tweens and teens struggle, to the point where they can feel like their lives are out of control. 

 

Planbook

The pandemic has disrupted fundamental aspects of our lives … and some of those changes may remain in place going forward. PE class is another aspect of our “old lives” that may have experienced irrevocable change. “We hope that through this horrible situation we can raise the value and role that health and PE teachers play in the school,” says Michelle Carter, director of educational content and programs at SHAPE America. “There’s a connection between the mind and the body. Now more than ever, that connection is something we must celebrate.”

 

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the articles do not necessarily reflect those of SHAPE America, and SHAPE America assumes no legal responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of this information. Professionals should refer to the journals, newsletters and publications of SHAPE America for current science-based, accurate educational and professional information.

 

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