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Physical Education and Health Blog

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The Latest in Skills-Based Health Education

The Latest in Skills-Based Health Education

BY SARAH BENES, EDD, CHES, MERRIMACK COLLEGE AND HOLLY ALPERIN, EDM, MCHES, UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE    In the presentation below, Human Kinetics authors Sarah Benes and Holly Alperin discuss skills-based health education, the skill development model, and increasing...

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Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education

Universal Design for Learning in Physical Education

BY LAUREN LIEBERMAN, PHD, COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT, and MICHELLE GRENIER, PHD, UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE In the presentation below, Human Kinetics authors Lauren Lieberman and Michelle Grenier discuss Universal Design for Learning (UDL) so that you, as an...

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Developing Health Skills in Middle School

Developing Health Skills in Middle School

By Karen E. McConnell, PhD, and Terri D. Farrar, PhD, Pacific Lutheran University In the presentation below, Human Kinetics authors Karen McConnell and Terri Farrar discuss the history of skills-based health education (SBHE), some of the...

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Developing Game Sense in PE: Exploring Invasion Games

Developing Game Sense in PE: Exploring Invasion Games

By Ray Breed,  Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology in Hawthorn, Australia In the presentation below, Human Kinetics author Ray Breed explores the game sense model, key principles of pedagogy (specifically outcomes, questioning and task-constraint modifications), and how...

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Addressing Skills, Behaviors, Beliefs, and Norms for the edTPA

Addressing Skills, Behaviors, Beliefs, and Norms for the edTPA

By Stacy Furness, EdD, University of Wisconsin River Falls In the presentation below, Human Kinetics author Stacy Furness discusses the importance of  helping students make connections between the use of functional health knowledge, demonstration of health-related skills,...

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