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RACHEL NAYLOR NORTH EAST ISD & TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION AND DANCE EXEMPLARY SCHOOLS COMMITTEE CHAIR PE in Texas, Let’s.

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1 RACHEL NAYLOR NORTH EAST ISD & TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION AND DANCE EXEMPLARY SCHOOLS COMMITTEE CHAIR PE in Texas, Let’s Move! Active Schools, PEP Grants & More

2 Texas is Leading the Nation Texas PE Teachers:  utilize standards as their framework.  develop curriculum that is sequential and builds on prior knowledge.  design lessons with the end in mind (desired outcomes).  focus on developing necessary skills and knowledge for life-long activity.  make State mandates/requirements their minimum.  ensure classes are an enjoyable, student centered experience.

3 Texas Sets the Story Straight Physical Education vs. Physical Activity  Are they the same? Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity  What does this mean? NO! Physical Education programs are opportunities for students to be engaged in instruction about motor skills, fitness education, cooperative skills and MORE! Physical activity is bodily movement of any type and does not have to be formal (RECESS). NO! Physical Education programs are opportunities for students to be engaged in instruction about motor skills, fitness education, cooperative skills and MORE! Physical activity is bodily movement of any type and does not have to be formal (RECESS). Moderate or vigorous are describing the intensity of the activity. How much energy are you expending or how hard are you working? Moderate – heart rate up but you can still talk. Vigorous – breathing hard and fast, heart rate is up quite a bit, and you can only say a few words without pausing for a breath.

4 Support Coordinated School Health It takes a village to raise a child Physical Education: active participant, not sole owner Assess, Plan & Implement Celebrate the little things as well as the big

5 Evaluate Programming & Reap Awards TAHPERD Exemplary Schools Program Due August 16, 2013 Several Award levels Multiple criteria Help session at TAHPERD summer conference in San Marcos, July Online help coming soon

6 Be Money Hungry Carol M. White PEP Grant  Due date: April 12, 2013  In 2012, 3 Texas ISDs benefitted:  Alief ISD $308,885  McAllen ISD $715,495  Northside ISD $1,108,873 Take advantage of all grant opportunities

7 Commit to Change Let’s Move! Active Schools Initiative of First Lady Michelle Obama  5 key focuses: Physical Education, Physical Activity During School, Physical Activity Before and After School, Staff Involvement, Family and Community Engagement  Sign-up to commit Alliance for a Healthier Generation

8 RACHEL NAYLOR EXT. 246 Thank you!


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