Elementary Classroom Teachers as Movement Educators

Paperback | September 26, 2011

bySusan Kovar, Cindy Combs, Kathy Campbell

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Physical activity does not start and end in the gymnasium during the school day. It happens all around, every day to make the best lifelong learners. Elementary Classroom Teachers as Movement Educators discusses how teachers can incorporate movement into their daily lessons to help students better learn and engage in a healthy lifestyle.

This updated fourth edition continues to cover the traditional physical education content including motor learning and development, exercise physiology, curriculum, safety, and pedagogy in an in-depth way that is meaningful to the classroom teacher. In addition, the book emphasizes motivating children to be active, teaching activity to children with special needs, and integrating subject content and physical activity in the classroom.

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Physical activity does not start and end in the gymnasium during the school day. It happens all around, every day to make the best lifelong learners. Elementary Classroom Teachers as Movement Educators discusses how teachers can incorporate movement into their daily lessons to help students better learn and engage in a healthy lifestyl...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.8 × 8.6 × 0.9 inPublished:September 26, 2011Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:007809576X

ISBN - 13:9780078095764

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Table of Contents

1 What Is Physical Education?

2 Motor Development and Motor Learning for Children

2 Movement Components and Skills Development

4 Exercise Concepts and Fitness Education

5 Planning for Children with Diverse and Special Needs

6 Physical Education Curriculum

7 Managing and Teaching the Physical Education

8 Curriculum Integration in the Classroom

9 Motivating Children to Be Physically Active

10 Sociological Aspects of Children Moving

11 Creating a Physically Safe Movement Environment

12 Recess as Quality Movement Time