|Efficiently managing PE prep and class time can lead to more effective lesson plans. Learn about classroom management strategies other PE professionals use to plan their curriculum, set reasonable expectations, and create connections with students. You can also discover the benefits of following a routine while still having a backup plan.|
I just want to take a few minutes and talk about how to create a learning environment, and I’m not talking about classroom management. I’ve done other blogs and other podcasts that you can find on Gopher’s website, but I just want to make two quick points. The points I want to talk about is getting to know your students and how to do that, and establishing your rules and class values, and how to do that.
Most elementary students have physical education one time per week for 30 minutes. You will have those students 36 weeks during the year. That equates
Classroom and behavior management is the key to creating a thriving learning environment for our students. Without great classroom and behavior management, we cannot give our students what they need to become physically literate. An engaging student learning environment is a byproduct of a physical educator’s investment and commitment to becoming a master manager and never settling for anything less than their best.
I’m a firm believer in the old saying most skills are caught not taught. As physical educators we teach a lot of skills, most of these skills being physical skills. So what consistent foundations are we building in our yearly instruction to make these skills more easily caught while being taught?
For many across our country, the upcoming school year will require teachers to educate students in a virtual world. Remote instruction and learning over the
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