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In integrating fitness and nutrition concepts as part of a healthy lifestyle, the lessons in this book will help students improve in all components of health-related fitness now while establishing healthy behaviors for the rest of their lives. The lessons are adaptable to involve children with disabilities and include challenges for higher-level and higher-skilled students.
With proper preparation and instruction, guarantee fun, safe scooter time for children.
Everyone Can! eBook
Effective implementation planning enables the teacher to individualize instruction for all students based on their unique needs. The aim of implementation planning is to appropriately structure the learning environment to student ability so that each student is successful in learning.
Performance-Based Assessment for Middle and High School Physical Education-2nd Edition
If the primary purpose of grading is to communicate student achievement to others, then the grade should represent what the student has learned. Unfortunately, in many cases, there is lack of consistency about what the grade represents.
Youth Strength Training eBook
Balance the demands of training with children�s need for recovery.
Wheelchair Sport eBook
Learn more about the skills needed for wheelchair basketball, and get a sneak peek of some of the drills featured in the Wheelchair Sport.
Teaching Children Dance-3rd Edition
Gathering assessment information before a lesson or unit is useful in ascertaining students� current skill level, knowledge, experience, or interest.
Fitness & Health-7th Edition
Our social, economic, built, and even weather environments have changed dramatically over the past three to five decades.
Physical Education for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders
Many students with ASD have trouble understanding spoken language.
Fitness for Life 6th Edition eBook With Web Resources
National physical activity guidelines for youth developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS) recommend at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day.
Recent research confirms youth strength training significantly increases muscular strength and endurance in children and adolescents and there is absolutely no evidence that properly performed and appropriately supervised youth strength training results in stunted growth, bone growth plate damage, musculoskeletal injury, or pain.
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