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iPad in Physical Education lessons

iPad in Physical Education lessons | High School Dance | Scoop.it

Many PE teachers love iPad 2 because the video capture and editing is so simple and fast that is enable students to capture, review and evaluate work really easily. There are many examples of this...


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Handheld learning in Physical Education

Handheld learning in Physical Education | High School Dance | Scoop.it

Finding new and innovative ways of delivering education to the masses using emerging technologies such as iPods & iPads...


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Top Ten Websites for Physical Education and Health Education | Education.com

Top Ten Websites for Physical Education and Health Education | Education.com | High School Dance | Scoop.it

A top ten list of websites for enhancing the teaching of physical education and health.


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TheO - Smart Ball for Physical Education

TheO - Smart Ball for Physical Education | High School Dance | Scoop.it

Have you ever wanted to throw your smartphone out the window or over a building? Well here’s something you haven’t seen before!  TheO™ is an innovative smart ball with a cushioned slot and safety strap that securely fastens a smart device in place, enabling fun ball-based games and activities to be played by children, teenagers, college students or adults. 


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Responsibility Badges in Physical Education | Resources, Pedagogy

Responsibility Badges in Physical Education | Resources, Pedagogy | High School Dance | Scoop.it

As part of a Special Topics practicum, our team used physical activity sessions to help children diagnosed with ADHD learn important concepts such as responsibility, respect, and self-control. Although the model we applied in those sessions was a variation of Hellison's original model, I still had a chance to familiarize myself with his work through my class readings. In a nutshell, Hellison combines awareness talks, along with the dynamic nature of physical activity settings, group discussion time, and individual reflection time to provide students with situations through which they can develop a sense of responsibility. Hellison's model outlines different "levels of responsibility" through which students can progress. These levels are:

Respect

Participation

Self-Direction

Caring

Outside the gym


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An Alarming Downward Trend in America’s Concern for Physical Education

An Alarming Downward Trend in America’s Concern for Physical Education | High School Dance | Scoop.it
Budget cuts have hurt our education system and if these cuts continue then resources physical education departments will continue to be depleted.

This is part 1 of a 2 part story that explores the trends and implications of budget cuts in phsycial education on our children. It includes an infographic. The 2nd part of the article is located at http://www.sparkpe.org/blog/implications-of-removing-physical-education-from-school/


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Physical Education iPad Lesson Planning

Details of how I've been lesson planning on my iPad Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/pdXktm Download the Numbers template here: http://bit.ly/pPMaZW...

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Free Web Resources for Teaching Physical Education and Health

Free Web Resources for Teaching Physical Education and Health | High School Dance | Scoop.it

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Amazing long-exposure photographs of ballet dancers

Amazing long-exposure photographs of ballet dancers | High School Dance | Scoop.it
Ballet meets painting in these creative long-exposure photographs of dancers participating in a photocall ahead of the "Emerging Dancer 2013" competition final at Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall in central London.

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Inquiry in PE

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Inquiry based learning is the future! Children are naturally inquisitive and helping them to become better independent thinkers, problems solvers should be the aim of every educator, including...

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10 Exciting Apps To Enhance Physical Education - Edudemic

10 Exciting Apps To Enhance Physical Education - Edudemic | High School Dance | Scoop.it

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Top 10 Apps for Physical Education Teachers

Top 10 Apps for Physical Education Teachers | High School Dance | Scoop.it

Physical education involves more than playing games all period long. As a PE teacher, you are also responsible for teaching students to develop healthy habits and realize the importance of making physical activity a regular part of their lives.


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Enhancing physical education with technology - Participaction

Enhancing physical education with technology - Participaction | High School Dance | Scoop.it
Enhancing physical education with technology - Participaction: http://t.co/uGI4Z8FE #mlearning

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, January 27, 2013 1:18 AM

More Apple based...hopefully windows starts developing similar apps...

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Nike and Michelle Obama team up to improve physical education in nation's youth - KicksOnFire.com

Nike and Michelle Obama team up to improve physical education in nation's youth - KicksOnFire.com | High School Dance | Scoop.it
KicksOnFire.com Nike and Michelle Obama team up to improve physical education in nation's youth KicksOnFire.com As part of the three year anniversary of the Let's Move campaign – a program dedicated to improving physical education among the youth...

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Students Take Physical Education Online

Students Take Physical Education Online | High School Dance | Scoop.it

"Yesterday we told you Florida's fastest growing public school district is... online. About 148,000 students sucessfully completed 303,000 half-credit Florida Virtual School courses this past school year. And PE — as in physical education — is a popular class, according to students. So how do you take PE virtually?"


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IncitED's curator insight, July 17, 2013 6:41 PM

Virtual PE, eh? 

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Apps for Physical Education

The PE Geek (http://thepegeek.wikispaces.com/) provides a list of recommended apps for PE


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A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: 40 Websites For Physical Education Teachers

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: 40 Websites For Physical Education Teachers | High School Dance | Scoop.it

The Cybrarian, Julie Greller, brings you 40 great resources for Health and PE Teachers.


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