Health Education Curriculum Builder
Do you currently rely on a “day-to-day” lesson strategy in your health education classroom?
Would you like to ensure that your teaching is up to date and advancing student learning?
Are you looking for a health curriculum that’s tailored to the unique needs of your students?
If the answer to all of the above is “yes,” then this series of five individual courses is for you!
Course one begins with a deep dive into the National Health Education Standards. Subsequent courses then guide you through a logical progression, including:
Intended Audience: Teachers, Coordinated School Health supervisors, curriculum specialists
- Using backward design in curriculum mapping, as well as unit and lesson plan development;
- Incorporating authentic, performance-based assessment;
- Developing successful implementation plans and strategies;
- and more!
NFL FLAG-In-Schools Course
Across the country, the NFL FLAG-In-Schools program is inspiring boys and girls to be more physically active. And now, it’s easier than ever to use this standards-based curriculum in your classroom, thanks to new digital training modules developed by the NFL, USA Football, GENYOUth and Fuel Up to Play 60 in partnership with SHAPE America.
Get started today and put your students on the path to physical literacy using this skills-rich, fun curriculum!
Intended Audience: Grade 3-8 physical education teachers, PE supervisors, curriculum specialists, future professionals
PE Curriculum Builder Series
If you are currently relying on a “day-to-day” lesson strategy in your physical education classroom or are looking to update your existing PE curriculum, this series of five individual e-courses is for you!
All courses are self-paced and will guide you through a logical progression of skills and knowledge, including understanding the national standards and grade-level outcomes, learning to classify core skills and content within your curriculum, incorporating backward design in lesson plan development, using standards-based grading for assessment, developing successful implementation plans and strategies, and more.
Intended Audience: K-12 physical education teachers, PE supervisors, curriculum specialists, future professionals