50 Million Strong is SHAPE America's commitment to putting all children on the path to health and physical literacy through effective health and physical education programs. Below are just a few of the tools, products, and services for health educators in elementary, middle school and high school that help support this commitment.
Shonna Snyder (Chair), Gardner Webb University, NC
Melanie Lynch, North Allegheny Intermediate High School, PA
Kaulana Molina, Kamehameha Schools Maui, HI
Brooke Sharples, Fort Worth School District, TX
Holly Alperin, University of New Hampshire, NH
Rachel Hervey, Washtenaw Intl HS, MI
Brett Fuller (BOD Liaison), Milwaukee Public Schools, WI
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Thank you for your interest in the skills-based learning activities for health education! Before you access the resources, please take a moment to review this document.
Purpose: The Skills-Based Learning Activities Task Force was designed in order to address a need for quality, classroom ready skills-based learning activities in health education. Over the course of several months, the task force worked on developing and reviewing activities that would be ready to use in the health education classroom but that would also be supporting best practice. We hope to be able to grow the available resources in the coming years.
Helpful Information: Here is some information that might be useful to you as you review the activities: