Integrating Technology: Authentic Assessment in Physical Education

September 28th, 2010

How do you assess your students?  Do you measure effort by their attendance, participation, behavior, or whether or not they dress out?  Why not use assessment tools that accurately measure student involvement and physical activity levels? Using technology in physical education can be a powerful motivational and evaluative tool.  Don’t miss our upcoming webinar “Integrating […]

Back to School with the Food Pyramid!

September 22nd, 2010

The key to healthy school lunches is thinking ahead. Pack lunches the night before, and get your kids to help so they can tell you what they like to eat. Here are a few great lunch items that will energize your kids, without leaving them hungry for more!

Solutions to Childhood Obesity in America – Physical Exercise for Kids

September 15th, 2010

The obesity epidemic among youth today only continues to escalate. Due to the increase in modern technology, more forms of entertainment involve sitting rather than moving. This makes it all the more important for children to start exercising as early as possible.

3 Nutrition Questions Answered…

September 13th, 2010

1. What are the best snacks for kids to help them sustain their energy levels all day? The best snacks for sustaining energy levels are ones that combine complex carbohydrates from whole grains, fruits or vegetables, with some lean protein such as nuts or cheese, and a little bit of fat to enhance taste and […]

Cheerleaders are Athletes Argument – AB 351 Information

September 1st, 2010

Oh we Californians. We’re proud to talk about our beautiful beaches, mountains, deserts and diversity, but when the topic turns to politics, we deflate like a leaky balloon. That’s because when you google “budget crisis,” you see a big picture of the Golden State with a black hole where Sacramento used to be. California was […]