Learn how to provide the experiences that help students succeed in a much broader sense than is usually associated with a physical education class.
Teaching Children Physical Education-3rd Edition
George Graham shares the tips he uses to build positive feelings in physical education.
Coaching Youth Tennis-4th Edition
View a drill from Coaching Youth Tennis, 4E.
Coaching Youth Volleyball-4th Edition
Executing the overhand serve can be challenging for young players. To use this serve, a player must be able to toss consistently and must have the strength and coordination to hit the ball over the net using an overhand throwing motion.
Games for Motor Learning
Integrate the schema theory of discrete motor skill learning, cooperative learning, and brain research on emotions and learning into a unified teaching concept.
Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum
Explore the a physical education lesson plan for preschool and early elementary school children.
It is the purpose of this book to introduce you to the process of teaching games making as a way of engaging all students in your classes, essentially by making games for learning instead of playing games for learning.
Complete Guide to Sport Education With Online Resources-2nd Edition
When learning to play a sport, practices should mirror the conditions of the game as much as possible (e.g., either a modified form of the game or the parent game depending on the previous experiences of the students) and provide students with maximum opportunities to actively engage in the activity (Launder, 2001).
This is a trust-based task that you can use as an introduction to contact improvisation. It asks dancers to remember what it felt like to be moved in terms of force, timing, correct use of space and quality. It can also get dancers thinking about how they can create original movement material.
Dance Improvisations eBook
A spirit of spontaneous creativity is essential to dance improvisation. Improvisation is like a quick conversation that demands immediate responses, or movement answers. To stay creative within that demand, dancers need to know that no movement answer is wrong. This new books helps teachers provide dance improvisation experiences to students.