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Active Schools Champion

By |December 4th, 2020|Categories: Physical Education, Social Emotional Learning|

Active Schools has partnered with many non- and for-profit organizations that all hope to increase opportunities for quality physical activity in schools. As part of this collective impact mission, Active Schools offers the ability of schools, teachers, parents, or administrators to join the fray by becoming an Active Schools Champion!

Risk Management in K12 Special Education

By |November 5th, 2020|Categories: Special Education|

K12 Special Education lawsuits are on the rise around the country, and Athlos built a software designed to help schools with risk management.  Our web and mobile optimized app helps teachers more efficiently track the services they are providing students and ensures administrators are able to monitor the services provided site or district wide.  In addition, the data collected

Reflections on Virtual Physical Education

By |October 14th, 2020|Categories: Physical Education|

In a continued effort to share, collaborate, and support one another, we asked a handful of dedicated physical educators to reflect on their experiences with virtual learning, where they struggled, where they succeeded, and how they have grown from this experience! Complete bios and contact information from each of these dynamite physical educators can be found at the bottom of this post!

Physical Education Lesson Planning for Virtual or Hybrid Environments

By |October 13th, 2020|Categories: Physical Education|

Rather than fretting about creating multiple lesson plans, let's try to create lessons that can be used in BOTH settings. That way, we can create meaningful and manageable content for the students, as well as ourselves. This FREE template can be used when creating such lessons. This resource is perfect for creating new lessons or repurposing old ones!

Do We Still Need Data? We’re in the Middle of a Pandemic!

By |September 29th, 2020|Categories: Special Education|

Education for all students, including students with disabilities, looks very different across the nation, across states, and even within the same school districts as classes resumed for the 20-21 school year amidst the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Some students with disabilities are returning to the classroom, in person; others, virtually. Given the interruptions during the spring of the 19-20 school


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