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Personal equipment packs and activities designed for teaching PE during challenging times.
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At-Home Lesson Plans - Selected specifically by Dr. Robert Pangrazi
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Custom Skill Development Cards and Posters Created Specifically for At-Home Learning
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Ensure PE is SAFE this Fall!
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Free Resources for Teachers, Parents, and Professors.
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Equipment Replacement List: Send Parents This List of Equipment Alternatives!
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Activity ideas and lessons shared by teachers like you!
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Why It’s Important to Monitor Equipment Inventory Levels in Physical Education

In this short webinar, Dr. Robert Pangrazi, Dr. Patrick Fine, Ken Dyar, and Andy Tupy discuss why having an essential equipment list is important for all Physical Education programs. Watch the full webinar here. Looking for a place to start? Download Gopher’s free inventory checklist available as a printed or digital document.

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Circuit Training Example in High School PE

Circuit workouts are a great way to maximize activity time in PE and train a variety of muscles. The Tabata “Move it Forward” circuit (20 seconds on, 10 second rest) has students working on their cardio as well as strengthening the core, lower body and upper body. Description of the Circuit: Toe Touches: Starting at the way back, students use

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Golf Station and Instruction Ideas in Physical Education

Golf as we know it today originated from a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland where players would hit a pebble around a natural course of sand dunes, rabbit runs, and tracks using a stick or handmade club. Golf is a sport that truly has lifetime implications. People of all ages, men and women, boys and girls alike

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Teaching Perseverance and Honesty in PE [Interactive]

0.75x 1x 1.25x 1.5x 2x [0:00]… Teaching Perseverance and Honesty in PE [Interactive] Subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsPlayer EmbedShare Leave a ReviewListen in a New WindowDownloadSoundCloudStitcherSubscribe on AndroidSubscribe via RSSSpotifyOverCast [0:02] Character education is important. How do we add bits of character education into our days without compromising activity time? [0:41] I recently taught a lesson in perseverance or grit

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Promoting Lifetime Activities in Secondary Schools

This month the PE Huddle will focus on “Promoting Lifetime Activities in Secondary Schools.” For the past 40 years, physical education professionals have talked about the importance of graduating students who will be physically active throughout their lifespan. We will discuss and analyze why this important goal has not taken hold in many of America’s schools. Join us as Brett Fuller, Past President of SHAPE America, and Maria Corte, Southwest District High School Teacher of the Year, offer perspective and advice for personal and curricular changes that will help assure we graduate students who know how to stay active and healthy.

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3 Tips to EASILY Incorporate MORE Yoga and Stretching Into PE!

Stretching and Yoga are some of the most beneficial movements you can add to your PE program. Not every student is comfortable with these types of movements. Check out a few ways to help students with their balance, flexibility, and coordination while keeping them engaged and interested.  1. Build It Into a Routine for Every Class As teachers, our daily

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