SHAPE America Physical Education (PE) Twitter chats include various panelists of preK-12 and higher education PE educators as well as other Physical Education stakeholders. They cover a variety of topics in the profession, offer ideas, activities and best practices that align with SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education.

We invite you to take a look at the questions before the chat and chime in using hashtag #SHAPEPhysEd.

Next chat February 24th - 9 PM Eastern
TGfU - An Introduction
Panelists: Seth Martin (@SMartinTahoe), Shane Pill (@pilly66), & JP Hambel (@JimInTheGymPE)

Questions:
Q1: What is TGfU and why should teachers consider it for their PE program (benefits)
Q2: What is the main thing you do differently from teaching traditional games (sports) units? 
Q3: What skills and strategies do you teach through Territory/Invasion Games? (give games examples)
Q4: What skills and strategies do you teach through Net/Wall Games? (give games examples)
Q5: What skills and strategies do you teach through Target Games? (give games examples)
Q6: What skills and strategies do you teach through Striking/Fielding Games?  (give games examples)
Q7: What are effective ways to engage students with inquiry-based learning?
Q8: Where can I find more information get resources about TGfU?

Panelist Bios:

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