Leveraging Technology for Grading and Assessment in Physical Education

It’s the end of the grading period and you’re getting ready to fill out hundreds of student report cards.  What are you feeling right­­...
SHAPE America Convention mini session

2018 #SHAPENashville PE Expert Presentations [Video]

Physical Education Experts, Dr. Robert Pangrazi, Aaron Beighle, Jessica Shawley, and Chris Nichols shared their teaching tips, game and activity ideas, and more at...

Fitness Testing: Helpful or Hurtful?

When pre-service teachers are asked to reflect on their experiences of fitness testing, few of them recall why they were participating in them or...
Push-Up Assessment

How to Perform a Push-Up Assessment [Instructional Video]

Teach students how to properly perform the push-up assessment with this helpful video and detailed instruction. Make push-up assessments even easier by using the Rep-Addition Push-Up...
Fitness Testing Devices

Fitness Testing Devices: Pedometers and Heart Rate Monitors

Assessing our students’ fitness levels is an enormous task for physical education teachers. Continue reading to see how fitness testing devices like heart rate...
Fitness Testing

Using Fitness Testing Data in P.E.

You decided to have your students do some fitness testing and you have all of the fitness testing data collected, now what?  It is...
Curl-Up Assessment

How to Perform a Curl-Up Assessment [Instructional Video]

Explaining how to perform national curl-up assessments to students can be difficult. The video above provides detailed, yet easy-to-comprehend instructions for completing a curl-up...
Sit-and-Reach Assessment

How to Perform a Sit-and-Reach Assessment [Instructional Video]

Use the above video to demonstrate the traditional and back-saver sit-and-reach assessment to your students. Don’t forget to download it for future use! Make...
Differentiated Instruction in PE

Differentiation in PE: Being Responsive to Our Students’ Needs

“How can we organize and design activities to support students of various backgrounds, readiness and skill levels and interests in Health and Physical Education?” This...
Student activity board to increase MVPA time

5 Tips for Increasing MVPA Time in PE (Video)

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that children between the ages of 6-17 participate in at least 60 minutes of physical...

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