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15 strategies to address large classes in PE! – PART 2

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– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – As the second part in our series on classroom management, I discuss some essential concernsthat often impact children during transitions in and out of the physical education setting. Asmany of you know, managing large groups of children as they enter and exit the...
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15 strategies to address large classes in PE! – PART 1

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– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – Going back to school after the holiday break can feel daunting. Especially for PhysicalEducation teachers whose class sizes (on a national average) exceed 40 students per class!Although SHAPE America recommends smaller class sizes, the reality is large class sizes...
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Addressing behavioral challenges in school often requires a comprehensive approach that considers a variety of child specific factors.

YES - Sensory Paths CAN Help Challenging Behavior!!

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Addressing behavioral challenges in school often requires a comprehensive approach thatconsiders a variety of child specific factors. Depending on the behavioral approach your teamchooses to use, you can count on one constant! That constant is that we are all sensorybeings.
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Funding your Sensory Path and Room

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We really want a sensory path and room – BUT, how can we get funding? You and your fellow teachers/staff have read the research, blogs and discussions and understand the need for a sensory pathway or sensory room in your school …. BUT you have been told by your administrator “Great idea but sorry...
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Sensory Essentials: Vestibular/Tactile/Proprioceptive Senses

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We have eight senses - yes, eight - that help us in every aspect of our daily lives. However, for the purpose of this article, it is important to recognize that there are three senses that are absolutely essential to helping children self-regulate – they are Tactile, Vestibular, and Proprioception.
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