Does Evidence-Based PE Matter? Part 3: Is Evidence-Based PE Easy to Implement?

June 28th, 2016

Author: Dr. Kymm Ballard, SPARK Executive Director Click here to read Part 1 of this blog series on Evidence-Based Physical Education, and click here to read Part 2. What is the current evidence? Is it evidence/research-based or evidence-informed (we believe things are happening but may not be enough formal research to show it, like PE improves academic […]

Does Evidence-Based PE Matter? Part 2: Why is Evidence-Based PE Significant?

June 21st, 2016

Author: Dr. Kymm Ballard, SPARK Executive Director Click here to read Part 1 of this blog series on Evidence-Based Physical Education. Suggested criteria for prioritizing physical education research-based programs: You might begin by asking yourself: What is its relevance to the field? Will it help advance and improve the field of physical education? SPARK was and […]

Does Evidence-Based PE Matter? Part 1: What Constitutes Evidence-Based PE?

June 16th, 2016

The term “evidence-based” is used frequently in education and, fortunately for all of us, is directly applicable to physical education (PE) as well. Learn more about evidence-based physical education in this 3-part blog series.

June 3rd, 2016

Kids and adults at all fitness levels can participate together in Quidditch in some way, thanks to its variation of player roles.