Technology for #PhysEd, #HealthEd & Coaches

As educators across the world turn to technology to teach remotely we are seeing an increase in the number of teachers looking for the most effective way to help their students. But with a wide variety of technology available to physical educators, health teachers, and coaches the world of educational technology can seem overwhelming. Now, …

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Sex education lessons from Mississippi and Nigeria

A poster on the wall of the International Centre for Sexual Reproductive Rights, an NGO based in Minna, Nigeria. Author providedRachel Sullivan Robinson, American University School of International Service Nigeria and Mississippi are a world apart physically, but the rural American state and the African country have much in common when it comes to the …

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Self-Management

Assessing health skills can be a challenge and todays teachers are rising to that challenge, creating authentic and meaningful opportunities for students to practice and reflect upon their health behaviors. Sarah Chap is one such teacher, and in this weeks blog post she shares her journey towards creating an assessment for the health skill of …

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