Webinar participants will be introduced to the concept of active learning strategies and will be given examples used in the classroom to enhance learning from a university perspective. Participants will engage in breakout groups to brainstorm how active learning strategies can be used in their classes.
Nearly 14% of all students in America have a learning disability and even more deal with attention deficit disorder. These children not only learn differently in math and reading, but also in physical education. Recognizing the strengths and areas of growth for children with learning disabilities is essential for helping them reach their full potential as athletes, teammates and students. This presentation will help you understand how to structure your program and build lessons to connect with students of all learning styles.
The purpose of this webinar is to provide a series of practical resources on key learnings and applications from Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP) scholarship since its inception in 2012. This webinar will translate the cumulative research knowledge into practical strategies and techniques for attendees to utilize to advance quality physical activity and physical education opportunities in/around schools. The webinar will focus on research translation and application. Physical education, as the cornerstone of CSPAP, will be emphasized throughout.
Research is clear: Students with physical disabilities are often excluded from physical education — and teachers’ attitudes toward students with physical disabilities can negatively affect inclusion. These attitudes may be formed when teachers do not feel educationally prepared or competent to teach students with physical disabilities. Attitudes may also be affected by lack of resources. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss how attitudes can shift, even if school resources are not available. A possible solution is providing a perspective-taking intervention to affect attitudes of physical educators.
This webinar will present the wisdom of 40 combined years of practice incorporating social and emotional skill development in physical education. Participants will leave the session with strategies for incorporating SEL into every phase of their lessons including planning, management, instruction, and assessment. Physical education teachers will develop confidence in consistently and intentionally incorporating SEL throughout their lesson plans.
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10 Ways to Create a SEL Skills-Based Health Classroom
Join Mary McCarley, 2016 SHAPE America Southern District Health Education Teacher of the Year and
Goodheart-Willcox health education content specialist, as she shares skills-based health
education assessments and activities to encourage social and emotional learning. Teachers will
leave with 10 or more new skills-based activities and assessments for their teacher toolbox. In
addition, all attendees will receive complimentary access to up-to-date, skills-based health
education resources from Goodheart-Willcox.
Special thanks to our Health Education sponsor for this year's By You, For You - special
convention edition webinar series - Goodheart-Willcox Publisher.
Teaching Creative Dance to K-2 Children
Physical education teachers (K-2) will learn new ways to teach dance to their students which go
beyond the typical dances that students already know. Creative dance is a popular method of
dance among children because it promotes self-expression and encourages thinking and creativity.
Educators will learn how to use imagery, Merce Cunningham’s method of chance, and equipment to
create their own dance to teach to their students and then assess their creativity.
Adventure Racing Activities for Assessment
Adventure Racing CORE (a Cooperative Obstacle Racing Experience) uses the basic ideas of adventure racing and can be done at any school without expensive equipment. By using teamwork, problem solving skills and fitness, teams read and follow a task sheet to make their way through an obstacle course to the finish line. Learn about this fun way for students to learn skills and knowledge while getting physically fit and using teamwork. Participants will also learn how to use this unique lesson format for assessment purposes. Presented by the 2019 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year.
Training the Next Generation of Skills-Based Health/Social Emotional Learning Professionals
What is the full spectrum of teaching skills-based health/SEL? Join this webinar to increase your knowledge and skills and prepare yourself to participate in the next generation of professionals who know how to access data, select content and skill performance indicators to reduce risk factors, align SEL competencies, plan
student engaging lessons with plenty of practice, and design wrap-up questions and exit tickets.
Bringing Social Emotional Learning Competencies Alive Through Skills-Based Health Education
Do you want to include SEL in your skills-based instruction? Do you want to know if you are already teaching SEL? Join us to learn more about identifying the SEL already included in instruction and how to intentionally plan for content, skill, and SEL. Enjoy the creative work of Melanie Lynch and the pedagogical expertise of Mary Connolly as they collaborate to help other professionals continue to grow and bring SEL competencies alive through skills-based instruction.
Remote and Face-to-Face Learning: A Dozen Reasons for Conceptual Physical Education
Rockin’ the Party With DanceHERS
An Innovative Path to Reduce Sexual Risk-Taking in Youth
Variety of Games using a Pedometer
Use of Teaching Assessment and Improvement Program in Physical Education
Developing Physical Literacy Through Long-Term Individual Pursuits