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There are five phases in teaching junkyard sports:
Playing the demonstration game
Inventing a variation
Your participation as a coach differs from phase to
As the concept of junkyard sports takes hold, a community of junkyard sports players will form around it. Because junkyard sports invite participation across ages and across abilities, this community can grow very large very
Teaching Self-Defense in Secondary Physical Education
Simple crime prevention tips that will help reduce your chance of becoming a victim.
Use this game as a great teaching tool for the zone defence.
Youth Strength Training eBook
Considering a youth strength training program? Important information to read before you do.
Student-Designed Games eBook
Any quality assessment scheme will entail three parts. These will include (1) determining what outcomes you would like to see from the unit of instruction, (2) selecting and then implementing appropriate measures to determine student
progress toward meeting these outcomes, and (3) developing an evaluation scheme that provides direction to the program and whatever modifications can be made to increase both student and instructional success.
Dance Units for Middle School
As research continues to confirm the link between participation in the arts and academic achievement, more school systems are adding dance to the middle school experience. However, hiring a full-time dance education�certified teacher may not be in the budget initially or at all.
Complete Guide to Sport Education With Online Resources-2nd Edition
In the last two decades, the promotion of physical activity has emerged as a primary outcome variable for all school physical education programs. Thus, they apply to any physical education program, regardless of its curricular orientation.
Complete Guide to Sport Education 2nd Edition eBook With Online Resources
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).