|Make curriculum planning for your next class—or even the entire year—easy using ideas discovered in these blogs! Teachers like you share ideas that work for them when organizing their PE curriculum and how to align lessons with national standards.|
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In this podcast episode, Aaron Beighle provides a brief overview of the four-part lesson structure on DynamicPEASAP.com.
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My path to SPARK differed from those of Jim and Paul. I grew up in rural Canada where my mother was my elementary school teacher and taught grades 1, 2, and 3 simultaneously in a 2-room schoolhouse. Although she had no background in physical education, she ensured all students had twice-daily physical activity breaks—even during cold and long winters.
In the words of that famous physical educator from the great state of Massachusetts,
“Ask not, what SPARK can do for you. Ask what you can do for SPARK.”
When Julie approached me about writing an article in celebration of SPARK’s 30th birthday, a lot of different thoughts and approaches to the task entered my mind.
The beginning of the school year is full of anticipation, excitement, and the reminder of, “I have so much to do.” Inevitably, one task that
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