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Teaching Games for Understanding Home Page

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This site hosts the information on the Teaching Games for Understanding Special Interest Group...
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Augmented Reality & Geolocation Gaming In PE

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In the past few months ARIS Games has gathered an increased amount of presence within a variety of online spaces and has led me to start planning for its use within my classes next semester.

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Report cards with kids’ BMIs get a big fat F > Facts & Fears > ACSH

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Report cards with kids' BMIs get a big fat F http://bit.ly/pPpKFD...


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Learning through active play - Providence Eyewitness News

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Learning through active playProvidence Eyewitness NewsDo we understand that physical movement is crucial to the development of our child's brain? How do physical movement and learning relate to one another?

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Physical Education for the iPad « techchef4u

Physical Education for the iPad « techchef4u | Motor Development | Scoop.it

"I rarely come across iLessons and apps for physical education so I was pleasantly surprised when I came across not one but three resources that were designed to support physical education on an iDevice."


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How Can We Make Assessments Meaningful?

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I think meaningful assessments can come in many shapes and sizes. It fact, to be thoroughly engaging and to draw the best work out of the students, assessments should come in different formats.


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Toddler Motor Skills Development

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Learning how to use motor skills is an important part of toddler development. Learn about toddler motor skills and the importance of practice.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Visual Anatomy - An App for Anatomy Students

Free Technology for Teachers: Visual Anatomy - An App for Anatomy Students | Motor Development | Scoop.it

"Visual Anatomy is an iPad app designed to help students learn the names of muscles, bones, organs, and systems in the human body. To use the app students select a system then click on the pinmarks in each image to learn about those parts of the body. The free version of the app has 300 pinmarks in standard resolution. The paid version of the app has 700 pinmarks with high resolution images."

 


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Apple TV In PE

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Firstly I must say that I love my new Apple TV unit. The ability to search, purchase and play movies and tv shows instantly through my television is simply outstanding.

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'Flipped Classroom' Makes Most of Hands-On Time

'Flipped Classroom' Makes Most of Hands-On Time | Motor Development | Scoop.it

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Athletes who break toes to perform better

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It's called "boosting", it's a way for paralympians with spinal injuries to cheat - and one expert says three out of 10 of them may be doing it.

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TURNS (Physical Education)

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If we pay attention, almost in every sport we can find a enormous variety of movements. This time, we are going to learn something about turn possibilities that our body is able to do. If we want to difference one movement from other, we should start from the same initial position. We can see three kinds of body axes. And we can workout all of them without problem, however some exercises require more practice than others. With this video, you´ll have a general idea about body axes.

 

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Developmental gross and fine motor skills

In the context of pediatric physical therapy, this tests is about the skills a child develops at certain ages.

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