• September 26, 2021

School administrators: Schools can’t keep kids from playing video games

Elementary schools across the country have started banning video games for kids.But some educators say parents can’t force their kids to play games.In a new issue of the journal Pediatrics, pediatrician Dr. Amy McFarland says parents need to have a discussion about what games are good for kids and what they can do to keep…

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When is the next CalTech physical education course?

Posted October 11, 2018 07:15:54 CalTech has confirmed that the upcoming physical education program will launch this fall.In a post on the CalTech blog, CalTech Chancellor Leland Yee said that this will be the first time that CalTech will have an online, accredited physical education option.This will be an “all-hands” course, he wrote.“We are very…

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How to create a social physical education curriculum for your children’s school

Physical education classes in schools can be the most powerful thing a child can learn in life.With this in mind, parents have always wanted to know how to teach children to learn how to be physical.But where to start?We talked to two educators who helped us figure it out.

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Which states are best to homeschool?

By Matt Viser and Dan Wolkenfeld | ESPN StaffThe top states for homeschooling are in the Northeast and West, but a couple dozen other states offer opportunities for students to homescribe their own classes.Here’s a look at the best states for students of all ages to homesecribe classes and get more hands-on coaching.Here are the…

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‘The way to the top is through physical activity’: Chicago school to launch physical education curriculum

Students from a Chicago school are getting a physical education lesson as part of a new physical education curricula designed to teach physical activity.Teachers at Chicago Public Schools (CPS) will begin teaching students how to use computers, smartphones and other devices to interact with the physical world, including playing video games.CPS Superintendent Dr David Jones…

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Why are physical education teachers still so reluctant to teach physical education?

Physically-acclaimed teachers of the future will teach physical-education subjects like aerobics, weightlifting and even martial arts, a new survey suggests.And many of the more popular subjects like karate, judo and handball are still underrepresented, despite being highly sought-after.The survey, which was released Monday by the National Council of Teachers of Physical Education, looked at more…

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‘Mass’ physics teachers will need to rethink their roles

Physical education teachers are the new teachers who will need the most help to get the right students in the right places for their work.But some of the ideas behind physical education teachers, which were laid out in the 2016 Physical Education Teacher Improvement Strategy, could be a good fit for those teachers.The plan includes…

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Which is better? Physical education or physical education textbook?

Physical education is not always a simple matter of choosing between physical education textbooks and physical education films.Here are some of the most important things to keep in mind when selecting the right physical education film for you and your students.1.Can you afford the cost of physical education DVDs?There are many physical education DVD sellers…

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How to get into the NFL: physical education checklist

NFL Network host Mike Mayock is the new head of NFL Media, and he has some interesting takeaways from his first day at the helm.He’s not a believer in the traditional physical education curriculum and he feels like the NFL should start teaching its players to “see” the game, but he also feels the current…

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Which physical education textbooks are best for your children

This article originally appeared on 4FourTwo, an independent news site with over 3.3 million unique visitors per month.Read moreThe Odu Physical Education catalog, for example, features instructional videos and instructional materials that are well-suited to children with special needs.The catalog also offers educational materials that children with physical disabilities are likely to want to learn…

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