Tips for New PE Teachers: Set Up Your Class for Success [INFOGRAPHIC]

June 8th, 2018

Share This Infographic On Your Site. It can be daunting to take the first step in your PE teaching career. Use these tips to prepare yourself ahead of time, set the tone of your classes in the first few weeks, and ensure a successful school year. You’ll feel like a seasoned PE teacher in no […]

Which Non-Traditional Sport Should You Include in Your Curriculum? [QUIZ]

December 7th, 2017

Break from tradition with an alternative sport. Take our quiz and discover the ideal new activity for your PE curriculum.

Developing a Learning Roadmap – What Is It and How Can It Help?

August 31st, 2017

A learning roadmap is a corporate technique that’s becoming more and more popular in educational institutions. In the corporate world, it refers to an individual plan for your career and professional development, and in schools it’s much the same. At its simplest, a roadmap will identify milestones that the district, school, educator, or individual student […]

Add These 7 Things to Next Year’s Equipment Wish List

August 3rd, 2017

Today’s educators are beginning to recognize the connection between physical activity and cognitive function in the classroom. This means that all teachers, not just physical educators, are searching for new resources that might help them to encourage brain-boosting movement throughout the school day. One of the best ways to make sure that students stay engaged […]

6 Strategies for PE Teachers to Stay Inspired Over Summer

July 27th, 2017

Summer break isn’t just a great opportunity for your students to relax, enjoy some sunshine, and come back to the classroom feeling refreshed. Summer is also a great time for you, the teacher, to discover new and effective ways of expanding your skills, updating your lesson plans, and acquiring resources for the year ahead. It’s […]

15 Reflection Questions for the Physical Educator [INFOGRAPHIC]

June 28th, 2017

Just like our students, educators should never stop learning. As the school year comes to a close, reflect on your year as a physical educator — areas where you shined and areas you can improve, to help both you and your students get the most out of the year ahead. Here’s the physical educator’s checklist […]

Thoughts on Classroom Management from a Seasoned PE Teacher

August 24th, 2011

This last Wednesday we hosted a webinar on Classroom Management Strategies for Physical Education (if you didn’t watch it Click Here to view the recording) and had over 700 people participate. One of the great things about sharing strategies and techniques with so many passionate educators is that we sometimes hear back from other teachers […]

Now Hear This!

September 28th, 2009

How’s your voice? No, I’m not suggesting you practice singing in the shower and try out for American Idol, I’m talking about the health of your speaking voice. For many of us, our voice is our livelihood. To be effective teachers, we must speak often and for long periods of time each day. If you’re […]