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Fitness for Life: Middle School Teacher's Guide 2nd Edition eBook With Online Bundle

Fitness for Life: Middle School Teacher's Guide 2nd Edition eBook With Online Bundle

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    Fitness for Life: Middle School offers an array of supporting materials for teachers including binder-ready resources. The loose-leaf pack includes all the resources from the teacher online bundle except the slides and the test bank. The loose-leaf pack allows teachers to have all the printable resources already printed for them on hole-punched paper, ready to be put in a binder in any order they choose. They can even leave some material out and add materials of their own. Teachers can also easily access the materials on their computers, laptops, or mobile devices.

    About the Author

    Dr. Charles B. (“Chuck”) Corbin, PhD, is a professor emeritus in the school of nutrition and health promotion at Arizona State University. He has published more than 200 journal articles and has authored or coauthored more than 100 books, including Concepts of Physical Fitness, Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, and the Texty Award–winning titles Fitness for Life, Fitness for Life: Middle School, and Fitness for Life: Elementary School. Dr. Corbin is internationally recognized as an expert in physical activity, health, and wellness promotion and youth physical fitness. He has presented keynote addresses at more than 40 state conventions, made major addresses in more than 15 countries, and presented numerous named lectures. He is a past president and emeritus fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology; a fellow of ACSM, NAKHE, and the North American Society of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Professionals, and an honor fellow of SHAPE America. His awards include the Healthy American Fitness Leaders Award; the Distinguished Service Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition (PCFSN); the Luther Halsey Gulick Award, Honor Award, Physical Fitness Council Honor Award, Margie Hanson Award, and Scholar Award from SHAPE America; the Hetherington Award, the highest honor of the National Academy of Kinesiology; and the Lifetime Achievement Award from PCFSN. He received distinguished alumnus awards from the University of New Mexico and the University of Illinois. He was selected to the SHAPE America Hall of Fame. He served for more than 20 years as a member of the advisory board of FitnessGram and was the first chair of the science board of PCFSN.

    Guy C. Le Masurier, PhD, is a professor of sport, health, and physical education at Vancouver Island University (British Columbia, Canada). Dr. Le Masurier has published numerous articles related to youth physical activity and physical education, and he has given more than 50 research and professional presentations at national and regional meetings. He is the lead author of Fitness for Life Canada and coauthor of Fitness for Life, Sixth Edition; Health Opportunities Through Physical Education; Fitness for Life: Middle School; and Fitness for Life: Elementary School. Dr. Le Masurier has served as an editorial board member for Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport and the International Journal of Physical Education, and he reviews research for numerous professional journals. Dr. Le Masurier is a research fellow of SHAPE America. He serves his island community as a volunteer firefighter and loves to grow vegetables.

    Dolly D. Lambdin, EdD, is a clinical professor emerita in the department of kinesiology and health education at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Lambdin taught K-8 physical education in public and private schools for 16 years and taught preservice teachers and supervised student teachers at the university level for over 40 years. During much of that time, she taught at both levels while also meeting research demands at the university. In addition, Dr. Lambdin served as the president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) and of SHAPE America. She also served on numerous local, state, and national committees, including the writing teams for the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Physical Education, the NASPE Beginning Teacher Standards, and the NASPE Appropriate Practices document. She chaired the measurement advisory panel for SHAPE America’s 50 Million Strong. For more than a decade, Dr. Lambdin has served on the FitnessGram scientific advisory committee. She has been recognized with the NASPE Physical Education Teacher Education Honor Award and NASPE Outstanding Leadership Award. She is a fellow of the North American Society of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Professionals. Dr. Lambdin is the coauthor of Fitness for Life: Middle School and Fitness for Life: Elementary School, both Texty Award winners, as well as Putting Research to Work in Elementary Physical Education: Conversations in the Gym with Dr. Lawrence F. Locke. Her passion is inspiring teachers to empower their students with the skills, knowledge, habits, and desire to enjoy physical activity and make healthy choices now and for the rest of their lives.

    Benjamin A. Sibley, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of recreation management and physical education at Appalachian State University. Dr. Sibley holds degrees in exercise science, physical education, and sport and exercise psychology. He is also an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and CrossFit Level 2 Trainer. He has been a member of SHAPE America since 2003 and currently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD). Dr. Sibley has published and presented numerous papers on physical activity among children and adults, in particular addressing motivation for physical activity and the relationship between physical activity and cognitive performance. In his leisure time, Dr. Sibley enjoys exercising, outdoor activities, cooking, and spending time with his wife and two children.