9-12 Tools for Teaching

Roundnet
(HS 9-12)

By |2023-07-11T16:41:11-04:00July 10th, 2023|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Charla Krahnke, John Strong, Skyler Boles, Nichole Wilder Special Contributions: Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart, Victor Spadaro This module is intended to be a 15-day Sport Education season with 6 teams that remain the same for the entire season. This allows for student-led experiences and leadership opportunities instead of traditional teacher-led [...]

Volleyball (High School)

By |2023-06-12T18:16:44-04:00May 8th, 2023|9-12 Tools for Teaching, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created By: Brandy Lynch, Stephanie Dickson, Deb Van Klei, Mary Jo Geddes, Shannon Maly Special Contributions: Nichole Wilder, Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart This module builds on the skills introduced in the 6-8 Volleyball module through skill-specific volleyball lead up activities and games. Passing, serving, and application of strategies/tactics in small-sided games and activities are [...]

Plug & Play Fitness Collection (Grades 3-12)

By |2023-02-06T10:14:37-05:00February 5th, 2023|3-5 Games for Teaching, 6-8 Tools for Teaching, 9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources|

Plug & Play Fitness activities are among the most popular resources on the OPEN platform – with over 100,000 downloads and counting! This page brings all three Plug & Play modules together for quick and easy access across all grade levels. Teachers have told us that no matter what grade level they teach, they [...]

Fitness Running
(High School)

By |2023-06-12T17:32:51-04:00February 24th, 2019|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Aaron Hart, Victor Spadaro, Kate Darpino, Rich Wiles In Partnership With: New York Road Runners Special Contributions: Deedi Brown Design: Jennifer Truong According to statista.com, fitness running is one of the most popular physical activities in the United States with almost 56 million people participating in 2017. That number is an increase of [...]

Creative Mode Fitness
(High School)

By |2023-06-12T17:16:22-04:00February 7th, 2017|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Aaron Hart Contributions by: Jo Bailey, Deedi Brown, Joe Cambron, Diane Cannon, Terry Jones, Nick Kline, Eddie Kovel, Lisa Kushner, Becca L-A-K, Jen Mau, Darcell Salmi, Murray Wallace, Amanda Welch Design: Aaron Hart & Jennifer Truong Creative Mode Fitness is a fun and vigorously active way to teach students critical fitness concepts and basic fitness [...]

Tai Chi
(High School)

By |2023-06-12T18:09:29-04:00December 13th, 2016|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules, Uncategorized|

Created by: Lisa Kushner, Brianna Sullivan, Thomas Fuchs & Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Joshua Giddings, Deedi Boland & Juan Wang Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart Harvard Medical School has labeled Tai Chi as a low-impact, lifetime exercise with evidence-based benefits. This ancient Chinese martial art has been shown to help decrease stress while helping the body maintain [...]

Badminton
(High School)

By |2023-06-12T16:53:19-04:00April 25th, 2016|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Jenna, Knapp, Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Boland, Charla Tedder (Parker) Krahnke Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart Badminton can be played as a recreational or competitive sport throughout an individual’s lifetime. It’s played in the Summer Olympics and summer family barbeques. This module prepares students with the confidence and skill needed to be active [...]

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