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Test Instruments Used in Adapted Physical Education

Test Instruments Used in Adapted Physical Education

Many published tests are available to physical educators. Most of these tests are standardized and tend to have established levels of validity and reliability, provide norm-referenced or criterion-referenced standards, and require controlled testing environments. read more
Professional development for K-12 classroom teachers

Professional development for K-12 classroom teachers

The reality of the lack of dance education opportunities for the majority of elementary school-age students where only 4 percent offer dance as a separate subject, taught by a specialist, prompted Lynnette Young Overby to answer the following question: How can we promote the inclusion of more dance and movement experiences in K-12 education? read more
Defining the term power in strength and conditioning

Defining the term power in strength and conditioning

The colloquial use of the term power as a generic trait is commonly misunderstood and interpreted. Power is, by definition, the rate of doing work. read more
Six trends have implications for nonprofit recreation and leisure services providers

Six trends have implications for nonprofit recreation and leisure services providers

The use of social media, online giving approaches, and other technological advances presents nonprofits with new ways to reach stakeholders, tell their stories, and engage citizens in their efforts. read more
Exploring the concept

Exploring the concept

Choose one to three activities from the Exploring the Concept, Shaping, and Instrument sections. read more
Specific Approaches for Physical Education and Sport

Specific Approaches for Physical Education and Sport

This section provides two examples of specific approaches used in physical education and sport for students with behavioral disorders. The humanistic orientation can be used with all students, including those who have milder forms of behavioral disorders; educators working with students who have mild and severe behavioral difficulties employ the behavioral approach. read more
Making the decision to eat healthier

Making the decision to eat healthier

If you find yourself asking, "What’s in it for me?" you may be struggling to find a good reason for changing your eating habits. As with goal setting, it’s important to have personal benefits that will motivate you to make changes. read more
Protect yourself and your players

Protect yourself and your players

Your biggest administrative duty is dealing with the medical side of sports. read more
Ballistic and resistance push-up variations

Ballistic and resistance push-up variations

Jump Push-Up Level: Novice Action 1. Start at the top of a push-up with the head in a neutral position and the arms extended (figure 5.1a). read more
Perform a quick fascia mobility assessment

Perform a quick fascia mobility assessment

You may also refer to this as the quick test. This one is appropriate for new or old problems that are not serious injuries, and will indicate whether it will help you quickly. read more
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