Summer's almost over, and students and teachers are preparing to start the school year. Educators face a list of tasks that include preparing lesson plans, collaborating with other teachers, educating themselves on new or altered regulations and standards, and more. Educators...
The 2017 Central District Conference will be held Jan. 26-28 in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Co-hosted by IAHPERD, this event will include pre-conference workshops and informative sessions for health and PE professionals of all teaching levels and disciplines, as well as undergraduate...
Synchronized dancing. Pop hits blaring from speakers. And a crowd of adoring pre-teens jumping, dancing and singing along to the music of their favorite artists. While this sounds like a pop concert in an overcrowded arena, the scene took place in a morning PE class at Colonial...
The idea of getting fit through dance is a growing trend. Fitness classes and videos that incorporate dance movements abound. All forms of dance are beneficial for increasing your fitness level. However, the type of workout you'll get varies with each.
One Montreal North elementary school is going well beyond provincial standards in its push to get students active — a strategy it says is paying dividends in the classroom. Every week, students at Pierre-de-Coubertin school have five...
A new study finds there could be cause for concern over the cumulative impact of repetitive or sub-concussive hits on the brain of young football players when out on the field. The study, published in a recent edition of the journal Neurology, adds to the growing debate...
The National Center for Education Statistics says for each grade from kindergarten through eighth, only 50 percent of all schools have district or state requirements for students to receive nutrition education. Only 40 percent have these requirements for ninth and 10th grades;...
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