In this lesson plan, educators will learn to teach their students circuit training skills for a more diverse workout using lunges, crunches, squats, push-ups, and more.
Adapted Physical Education (APE) An evaluation includes the area of fundamental motor skills and patterns, physical fitness, and lifetime leisure skills. Based on the evaluation findings, a recommendation is made in writing regarding appropriate placement.
Developed by the U.S. Dept. of Education, this resource outlines the federal laws related to physical education, students with disabilities, and the IEP process.
Students will create a tour of the topic they have been assigned. Topic will center around the rock cycle including formation of rocks, and weathering and erosion of rocks. Students will use a minimum of 6 original photos and 2 CC images to complete the assignment. Students will need to include the important elements they are supposed to convey and will teach the other class members in a jigsaw using Jamboard. The students will have 3 weeks with 10 lessons to complete the assignment. Extra credit for converting one original image into a CC image to share!"Rock City" by snowpeak is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Local dairy farm families believe in giving back to their communities. Dairy West programs empower students and educators to work together to build healthier schools, and create healthy, high-achieving students
Decision making is the process of making choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions.
Using a step-by-step decision-making process can help you make more deliberate, thoughtful decisions by organizing relevant information and defining alternatives. This approach increases the chances that you will choose the most satisfying alternative possible.
Should you tell your kids they are smart or talented? Professor Carol Dweck answers this question and more, as she talks about her groundbreaking work on developing mindsets. She emphasizes the power of "yet" in helping students succeed in and out of the classroom.
This lesson is intended to be used as part of a unit on Disc Golf taught in an online Physical Education Course (Participation and Skills for Secondary Students). It is meant to demonstrate the students’ participation and assess their competency of motor skills and movement patterns, as well as to refine specific movement patterns. The students will be using digital photography/videography to demonstrate their participation, competency and analysis. Attribution (Title Photo)Ceekside Disc Golf, Jeffrey from Dunmore, PA, CC BY-SA 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commonshttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Disc_golf.jpg
Kindergarten teachers can meet education standards for Math, Science, English Language Arts, and Health using the 6 ready-to-go and interactive lessons.
This lesson is to teach 3-5th grade students five basic individual jump rope skills. Students will be taught how to find the correct jump rope size for them, and the five basic skills of forward jumping, backward jumping, jog step jumping, one foot jumping, and skier jumping. They will also be shown other jumps they can try for fun. They will work alone, and then with a partner who will video them doing the five different skills. They then have a rubric to fill out and self-assess their jumping. They will be taught about basic digital citizenship skills of getting permission before filming others and not posting videos online without their parents permission.
In this new edition, future K-12 physical educators will find an accessible and effective approach to delivering vital content to students. The book takes a standards-based approach that is fully integrated with SHAPE America assessments, and its teaching for learning approach to curriculum development takes the guesswork out of translating the text’s information into action.
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Fetal Development: Stages of Growth: Within 24 hours after fertilization, the egg that will become your baby rapidly divides into many cells. By the eighth week of pregnancy, the embryo develops into a fetus. There are about 40 weeks to a typical pregnancy. These weeks are divided into three trimesters.This site will breakdown what happens month week.
Children will learn to use writing materials. Multiple opportunities to develop drawing and writing skills is important at this age. As children are ready, encourage them to create simple strokes after a model. Their abilities will increase as they are ready.