|From enhancing your current curriculum to learning about innovative approaches to new topics, explore a wide range of examples of lesson plans right here. PE teachers from across the country share their ideas on how to enrich PE lesson plans, while also ensuring they align with state and national standards.|
Before I became an elementary physical education teacher, I was a middle school health and physical education teacher. I had always dreamed of being an
Teaching basketball at the middle school level can be challenging in many ways. The wide variety of skill levels of each student can vary greatly,
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Project-based learning, it seems to be all the buzz and education, but what is it really and how does it fit with physical education?
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Wow, did COVID-19 ever change PE this year! Our school was lucky, though. We have been face-to-face since early October. Unfortunately, due to covid restrictions,
Motivating unmotivated students can be very challenging in middle school physical education. Remember that all teaching and learning starts with relationships. Kids don’t care to learn or work hard for someone who doesn’t care about them. Some quick points to help you start to build relationships with all of your students:
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