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Taking a Virtual Road Trip with Accelerometers

By |December 3rd, 2014|Categories: OPEN Blog|Tags: , , , |

Three years ago, I received a grant from the Suffolk Zone NYS AHPERD for the purchase of accelerometers.  For the last two years, I have been experimenting with ways to incorporate them into my classes in [...]

Maximize Your FITNESSGRAM Reports

By |November 24th, 2014|Categories: OPEN Blog|Tags: , , , |

Numbers may bore you, but the fact is, data drives decisions and FITNESSGRAM10 offers concrete individual and group data that can make an impact if communicated and used appropriately. The mission statement, as well as [...]

Depth of Knowledge Question Stems for Physical Education

By |November 17th, 2014|Categories: OPEN Blog|

Are you trying to understand rigor, depth of knowledge (DOK), and evaluation frameworks? What ever happened to good old-fashioned skill and fitness development? With increasing emphasis and accountability based on academic rigor, physical educators find [...]

Conference Handouts from the US Games Presenters’ Network

By |November 5th, 2014|Categories: OPEN Blog|

Thank you for attending a US Games Presenters' Network Conference Presentation! For your convenience we're posting many of our handouts here for viewing and downloading. Jim DeLine: Illinois SHAPE Conference: Think Outside the Ball (11/20/2014) Joanna [...]

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