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Training for Paraeducators

Training for Paraeducators

A major responsibility of physical education teachers is to provide direct instruction and guidance to all students and paraeducators under their supervision. Paraeducators should receive training and guidance throughout the school year. read more
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Climbing Wall: Periwinkle Rescue

Climbing Wall: Periwinkle Rescue

Students use balance, weight transferring, movement concepts, upper-body and lower-body strength, and endurance to traverse the climbing wall while stretching, bending, and twisting to remove objects from the wall and drop or throw them into buckets. read more
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Why Consider Electives-Based Physical Education?

Why Consider Electives-Based Physical Education?

As physical educators, we strive to instill within our students a sense of intrinsic motivation that will drive them to participate in physical education and activity because they find it interesting and enjoyable, and to embrace the curriculum because it offers opportunity for learning (Vallerand et al., 1992). read more
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Factors That Influence Student Learning

Factors That Influence Student Learning

Many factors influence student learning and the subsequent development of physical literacy, including elements such as student engagement, motor skills competency, gender differences, and instructional environment (SHAPE America, 2014). read more
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Upper-Body Machines

Upper-Body Machines

Primary Outcomes - Fitness activities: Demonstrates competency in 1 or more specialized skills in health-related fitness activities. (S1.H3.L1) read more
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Benefits and considerations of aquatic exercise for older adults

Benefits and considerations of aquatic exercise for older adults

Aging is a natural and gradual physiological process characterized by a decrease in functional capacities. read more
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Teaching from the pool deck

Teaching from the pool deck

The AEA considers deck instruction as the preferred method of leading aquatic fitness in most situations. See the sidebar AEA Standards and Guidelines for Deck Instruction for more information. read more
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Defend against common plays off the opposition rush

Defend against common plays off the opposition rush

There are so many variations of offensive attacks that you need to be prepared for. The opposition attack is nonstatic. read more
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Exercise progressions to take your workout to the next level

Exercise progressions to take your workout to the next level

Using the correct exercises at the appropriate time in a training program is key to ensuring enough stimulation for a positive adaptation but without creating excessive stress that can lead to injury. read more
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Properties of muscle and tendon

Properties of muscle and tendon

The muscle spindle fibers are the primary sensory mechanism for triggering a powerful concentric contraction in a plyometric movement. read more
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