Designed by the 2019 SHAPE America National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year, this bundle can complete your physical education distance learning program for up to 10 weeks. Included are:
· 10 Week High School Physical Education Log
· 10 Health and Physical Education Distance Learning Web Assignments
· Physical Education Social Scenarios 1-6: Social Emotional and Distance Learning
· Physical Education Social Scenarios 7-11:Social Emotional and Distance Learning
· Super Fitness Fun Cards (Full Color Version)
· Bonus: Physical Education Physical Activity Fitness Log
Build a complete distance learning physical education curriculum by combining the log with a weekly Maybe I Would and web assignment along with the Super Fitness Fun Cards and your choice of videos leading students in physical education instruction to get your students moving. All learning tools are based on state and national physical education and health standards. Check out more information on each below:
This is more than a physical activity log. Students not only keep track of their physical activity time, they also reflect on their activities and apply physical literacy while answering questions based on national physical education standards. This log is designed for high school students and includes weeks 1 through 10, each week with a unique question. This can be used as a printable, but also has been formatted digitally and can be shared with, completed by and submitted by students in Google Classroom.
This remote learning tool introduces students to reputable organizations and websites where they can learn about important health concepts. It has been said "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime" These assignments guide students in exploring websites they can refer back to in the future when they have questions about wellness topics. Students explore the sites, read information or watch videos, then answer questions to check for understanding. Students are also often prompted to apply new learning to real life situations.
These web assignments are intended for high school health and physical education students age 13 and up and may be printed for use in class curriculum or homework or assigned during distance learning. Web assignments have been made digital (including answer boxes) and may be assigned and completed by students in Google Classroom.
Each web assignment helps students learn state and national health and physical education standards. There are 10 web assignments. Each assignment is 2 to 3 pages long. Topics covered include:
· Nutrition Guidelines
· Food Safety
· Eating Disorders
· Steroid Abuse
· Tobacco Use
· Alcohol Use
· Drug Abuse
Ideas for how to use these assignments:
Students can complete the assignments individually and submit from home as part of a remote learning plan as they have been formatted for use as digital assignments in Google Classroom.
Note: All weblinks are current as of August 2nd, 2020.
This tool helps develop social emotional learning, incorporates reading and writing and supports national physical education standards for middle and high school students. Students read and respond to social situations they often encounter. Included are lesson ideas, as well as grade level outcomes and guiding questions for each scenario. This may be used as a printable for in class curriculum, remote learning or homework. It has also been formatted digitally including answer boxes and can be shared with, completed and submitted by students in Google Classroom during distance learning.
Each Maybe I Would comes with SHAPE America Grade Level Outcomes and Guiding Questions for the teacher.
Ideas for how to use these scenarios:
Students can complete the Maybe I Would responses individually and submit from home. The Maybe I Woulds have been formatted for use as digital assignments in Google Classroom. Guiding questions can be responded to in a Zoom meeting, on a discussion board or through another platform such as Flip Grid.
Featured in the Washington Post's Ultimate Parent's Guide to Education Resources. You can use this deck of cards to play a variety of games that are fun to play and incorporate some fitness exercises along the way. It can be used by physical educators during distance learning or when teachers are inside with limited space to help develop student fitness and teach proper exercise technique. It can be used by classroom teachers to give students some physical activity and a “brain break”. It can also be played by families at home to help kids develop fitness, to give students a break between other subjects while homeschooling or as a fun game on game night. For this deck you will need to print the cards on a color printer.
This is more than a physical activity log. Students not only keep track of their physical activities and time, they also identify which fitness components they are working on. This log is designed for middle and high school students. This may be used as a printable, but has also been formatted digitally including answer boxes and can be shared with, completed and submitted by students in Google Classroom.