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Just another day at school

Project: Modified Sport

Reading Strategy: Different Prospectives Graphic Outline

 

Overview: This video provides students with a good idea on how to modify bowling for students with limited range of motion.  SInce this video is so brief it will leave the students with questions which should intice them to look up related information.

 


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Kelley K's curator insight, January 20, 2013 11:07 PM

I love seeing other lessons, and especially LOVE to see how much the students are into it!

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Special Olympics: Real Sports Experience

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Project: Modified Sport

 

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This provides students with an excellent resource for creating adaptations to their sports.  They can look at how other sports changed the rules, famous athletes, and history of sports.


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Adapted Physical Education National Standards - What is Adapted Physical Education?

Project: Modified Sport

Reading Strategy: Analogy Charting

 

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With this website students should compare the NAPSE standards to these standards.  They should think about the different expectations between themselves and students with disabilities.


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Student Opinion | Should Reading and Math Be Taught in Gym ...

Student Opinion | Should Reading and Math Be Taught in Gym ... | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: ADDITIONAL READING

Reading Strategy: History Change Frame Graphic Organizer

 

Overivew:  This introduces students to the idea of cross-curricular learning.  Students should think about where the focus needs to lie in these classrooms.  Should it be in the content domain or should instructors show the relation of subjects during lessons?


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from physical education
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It's Athletic Training month! What is an Athletic Trainer? | Regional ...

It's Athletic Training month! What is an Athletic Trainer? | Regional ... | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Physical Education and Your Future

Reading Strategy: Concept/Definition Map

 

Overview:

Students will see the importance that physical education in different jobs.  Students should look into other jobs to see if there are comparisions.


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from Science & Life
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Biking Benefits Body & Brain - CleanTechnica

Biking Benefits Body & Brain - CleanTechnica | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Physical Education and Your Future

Reading Strategy: Fact Pyramid

 

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Biking is virtually all good news: Saves money, saves the planet, keeps people healthier, is fashionable among the rich and famous, can reduce prison sentences. And now, studies are pointing to brain benefits from biking. Students should think about how this could impact them in the long run.  Is this practical for all ages?


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Scientific Weight Loss Tips

Project: Special Interest/Hot topic

Reading Strategy: Vocabulary Overview Guide

 

Overview: This video provides students with the science behind weight loss and what methods are affective and which ones are not.  This video contains a lot of vocabulary that students may not be familiar with.


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How Students Take Physical Education Online « Educational Technology

How Students Take Physical Education Online « Educational Technology | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Comparative Analysis: Online vs. Inclass

Reading Strategy: Analogy Charting

 

Overview: This article allows students to read about the online side of PE.  This is based off an interview so students so try and find an interview with someone who doesn't like the online classes.


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Teachers integrate arts, PE in lessons - Columbus Dispatch

Teachers integrate arts, PE in lessons - Columbus Dispatch | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: ADDITIONAL READING

Reading Strategy: History Change Frame Graphic Organizer

 

Overivew:  This introduces students to the idea of cross-curricular learning.  Students should think about where the focus needs to lie in these classrooms.  Should it be in the content domain or should instructors show the relation of subjects during lessons?

 


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An Online Physical Education Class | Educational Technology and ...

An Online Physical Education Class | Educational Technology and ... | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Comparative Analysis: Online vs Inclass

Reading Strategy: History Change Frame Graphic Organizer

 

Overview: More than a decade ago the school I directed had an online physical education class. People would pooh-pooh it as ridiculous, and then after I described the content, they would usually say, “Wow! Can I take it?  Students should think about how the individuality of this course compares to the inclass experience.


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YouTube & Mobile Video Analysis - PE BIOMECHANICS

YouTube & Mobile Video Analysis - PE BIOMECHANICS | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

One of the most common questions I am asked during the ConnectedPE workshops when looking at the vast array of mobile video analysis apps is “How Can I Analyse a YouTube Clip?”.

BIOMECHANICS


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from Physical Education Sally
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Fitnesschallenges - home

Fitnesschallenges - home | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Physical Education and Your Future

 

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This would be an example of somthing the student could use outside of the classroom and in the long run.  Students should think about the practicality of this tool.


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from Modern Physical Education practice
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Keeping up with the sports cheats

Keeping up with the sports cheats | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Special Intrest/Hot Topic

Reading Strategy: Fact Pyramid

 

Overview: As the London Olympics draw nearer, scientists have yet to discover a way to detect all forms of the banned practice of blood doping. Students should think about all forms of cheating by using enhancements and how they affect the bodies performance in different sports.


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Students with Special Needs Pair Up for PE with Mainstream Peers

Students with Special Needs Pair Up for PE with Mainstream Peers | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Modified Sport

Reading Strategy: First Impressions Chart

 

Overview:  This article provides insight on integrated classrooms.  The student should think about if their modified sport is only for persons with disabilities or if it is an integrated sport.  They need to tie in personal experiences with this article.


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Kelley K's curator insight, January 12, 2013 5:08 PM

This is what I try to achieve, and it's great to see it working in schools!  I like hearing how both sets of students are improved for the better with acitivities like this!

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Adaptive P.E. Games for Blind and Visually Impaired Students by Elina Mullen, Ed.D., of TSBVI

Project: Modified Sport

Reading Strategy: Science Connection Overview

 

Overivew: This video provides students with many sport adaptations for those who are blind or visually impaired.  She covers bowling, hockey, badminton, soccer, and volleyball.  


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from Teaching in the XXI Century
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Blended Learning with Kinect -- Classroom, P.E., Special Ed

Project: Technology and Your Health

Reading Strategy: Proposition/Support Outline



Overview: Teachers and students explore the versatile, fun, and easy to use Kinect - for math, reading/literacy, special education, global communication and collaboration, science, physical education. One plaform, many uses.  Students should think about how they can use this outside of the classroom.


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from physical education
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Be Active Your Way Blog | The Importance of Adapted Physical Education in Schools

Be Active Your Way Blog | The Importance of Adapted Physical Education in Schools | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Modified Sport

Reading Strategy: Proposition/Support Outline

 

Overview:  Students will see the impact that an adapted class will have on students with disabilities.  They should refer to the Apated standards when using this resource.


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Rockford schools could determine PE grades with heart rate monitors - Rockford Register Star

Rockford schools could determine PE grades with heart rate monitors - Rockford Register Star | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Technology and Your Health

Reading Strategy: Different Perspectives Graphic Outline

 

Overview:  This article proivdes students with an insight at how heart rate monitors have improved class functioning.  Students should think about the practicality of using one in their own lives.

 


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Brendan Jones 's curator insight, January 5, 2013 7:45 PM

Why does this make me feel uneasy?

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Your skinny jeans might be unhealthy! Learn why here

Your skinny jeans might be unhealthy! Learn why here | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Special Interest/Hot Topic

Reading Strategy: Eyewitness Testimony Chart

 

Overview:

This article provides students with a modern problem that could easily be debated.  Students will need to search for other resources in junction with this one.


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20 amazing facts about the human body - Observer

20 amazing facts about the human body - Observer | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Technology and Your Health

Reading Strategy: Science Connection Overivew

 

Overivew: Observer 20 amazing facts about the human body Observer One of the mysteries of science is how something as apparently solid and straightforward as your body can be made of strangely behaving quantum particles such as atoms and their constituents.


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Daily Fit Log - Home

Project: Physical Education and Your Future

 

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This would be an example of somthing the student could use outside of the classroom and in the long run.  Students should think about the practicality of this tool.


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Web-based Programs for Physical Education - GPB (blog)

Web-based Programs for Physical Education - GPB (blog) | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Comparative Analysis: Online vs Inclass

Reading Strategy: Discussion Web

 

Overview: This source allows students to look at possible venues that online students would use in their "classrooms." 


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Educators Want Mandatory Health, Physical Education in Schools, Survey Finds - Education Week News (blog)

Project: Comparative Analysis: Online vs Inclass

Reading Strategy: Proposition/Support Outline

 

Overview: This source explains many of the leading reasons why physical education should be mandatory in schools. Students should think about how this could impact online schools and colleges.


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Rescooped by Jacqueline Zaiko from Physical Education Sally
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Circulatory System and the Heart

Project: Technology and Your Health

Reading Strategy: Alphabet Brainstorming

 

Overview: Introduction to the circulatory system and the heart.  Students should refernce this in their project to demonstrate a better understanding of how their bodies work.


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What Schools Will Look Like In The Year 2020 (Higher Ed)

What Schools Will Look Like In The Year 2020 (Higher Ed) | Physical Education JMZ | Scoop.it

Project: Physical Education and Your Future

Reading Strategy: Analogy Charting

 

Overview: What are the actual ways schools will change and why? A new infographic spells it out in a highly visual sense. What could be better than that? Students should compare this to their current schools.  They should also think about how this could impact their children or future jobs.


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