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ILSI Research Foundation Physical Activity and Nutrition (PAN) Program 1156 15th Street NW, 2 nd Floor, Washington DC 2005 Phone: 202-659-0074, ext. 149 Fax: 202-659-3617 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@ilsi.org Website: www.take10.netwww.take10.net TAKE 10! ® : A Program of the ILSI Research Foundation A 501c3 Non-Profit Organization
What is TAKE 10! ® ? Physical activity and nutrition concepts integrated with core academic learning objectives Grade-specific for K, 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, 4 th & 5 th Fun “activity learning breaks” Positive health messages for elementary students and teachers www.take10.net TAKE 10! ® is….
What is TAKE 10! ® ? www.take10.net Developed by teachers for teachers, Uses age-appropriate physical activity (PA), Integrates grade-specific learning concepts, A cost-effective tool, System fit & complements existing curricula, Impacting students with different learning styles, and Educates regarding positive health behaviors. TAKE 10! ® is….
Why TAKE 10! ® ? Enhance Health Behavior Healthy, vigorously active children are better, more focused learners Sedentary behavior and overweight are “epidemic” in U.S. children Between 1976-1980 & 2007-2008, obesity increased from 6.5% to 19.6% among children aged 6-11 TAKE 10! targets elementary school studentsTAKE 10! targets elementary school students diagnoses of obesity-related medical conditions & insulin resistance in youth Sources: National Center on Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC); Sturm R, Preventing Chronic Disease, CDC On-Line Journal
Why TAKE 10! ® ? Link between Learning + Health Undernourished children: Attain lower scores on standardized tests More likely to become sick Miss school Fall behind in class Physically active children: Achieve higher math scores Calmer in class Less absent from school
Why TAKE 10! ® ? Physical Activity (PA) and Academic Achievement (AA) Increased, sustained vigorous PA leads to increased test scores Intense PA programs have positive effects on AA & concentration, math, reading, and writing test scores and reduces disruptive behavior. AA improves even when PE reduces the time for academics Aerobic conditioning may help to improve memory PA may strengthen particular areas of the brain, & oxygen intake during exercise may enhance greater connections between neurons References: 1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The association between school based physical activity, including physical education, and academic performance. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2010. 2) Taras H. Physical activity and student performance at school. Journal of School Health 2005;75(6):214–218.
TAKE 10! ® Materials Presented in a sturdy grade-specific binder for grades K thru 5 Materials are ordered by curriculum content area: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, General Health & Nutrition
Minda Jordan Junji Raven Reina The TAKE 10! Crew: TAKE 10! Crew: Representing diversity in students www.take10.net
TAKE 10! ® Materials More than 35 four-color activity cards 50+ student worksheets (B&W reproducible) Reinforces activity card learning concepts A variety of teacher resources Evaluation tools – teacher implementation questionnaire & 3 student knowledge tests Tracking posters (3) & stickers (300+) Each grade-specific binder contains:
Materials: Learning Concepts are Grade-specific Movement / Motor Skill Activities are Age-specific www.take10.net
Materials: Worksheets Linked to Activity Card Curriculum Objectives www.take10.net
Each TAKE 10! binder has: 3 Posters Fall, Winter & Spring themes Track TAKE 10! Activities 300+ Stickers to track activities on posters and to reward students Materials
Integrating TAKE 10! in the Classroom: Choose 1 or 2 Each Day 4 th Grade Example: A = Activity W = Worksheet Typical School DayTAKE 10! Integration Options 8:40 amSpelling Pretest 9:15 amReading Workshop 10:20 amWriting Workshop 11:05 amSpanish Lesson 11: 35 amWord Study Mini-lesson 12:10-12:50 pm LUNCH 12:50 pmRead Aloud 1:10 pmMath 2:15 pmRecess 2:30 pmScience 3:40 pmDismissal A: Spelling for Good Health or Healthy Spelling; W: Field Day A & W: Grammar Speedway A & W: Syllables in Action A & W: Math on the Run; A: Fraction Action; W: Cooking with Fractions A: Planets in Motion; W: Planets in Order
Impact of TAKE 10! Enhances Student Health & Physical Activity (PA) Statistically significant in PA knowledge 1 TAKE 10! increased student attraction to PA 1 Teachers did active lessons on most days, resulted in greater student PA levels (p < 0.0001) 2,3 “Students & teachers believe that increased exercise and better health are a benefit of TAKE 10!, …and it’s fun!” 4 1) Tsai PY, Boonpleng W, et.al. J Sch Nurs. 2009 Apr;25(2):163-72. Epub 2009 Feb 23. 2) Gibson CA, Smith BK, et. al Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2008 Jul 7;5:36. 3) Donnelly JE, Greene JL, et. al. Prev Med. 2009 Oct;49(4):336-41. Epub 2009 Aug 6. 4) Hunnell BJ. Dissertation: Evaluation of the TAKE 10! program: A pilot program to help reduce obesity and sedentary behavior. Gardner-Webb University, 2008.
Impact of TAKE 10! Enhances Student Health & PA BMI change (baseline to 3 yrs) was significantly less in PAAC/TAKE 10! Schools with >75 mins/wk compared to schools that had <75 min of PAAC per week. 1 TAKE 10! MET values are in mod-to-vigorous range of energy expenditure; from 25 to 37 kcals per session. 2 TAKE 10! helps schools meet legislative mandates for PA/PE (e.g., LA Act No. 734). 3 1) Donnelly JE, Greene JL, et. al. Prev Med. 2009 Oct;49(4):336-41. Epub 2009 Aug 6. 2) Stewart JA, Dennison DA, et. al. J of School Health, December 2004(74), 397-400. 3) Tennessee TCA 49-6-1021, 2006 and Louisiana Act No. 734, 2004.
Impact of TAKE 10! Enhances Student PA 1) Tassin M, Murphy E, et. al. Smart Bodies 4-H Programs of Distinction Report. LSU AgCenter Report, 2007. Accelerometer Data: Students were more active when participating in a TAKE 10! activity than during PE, lunch, recess, or after school
Impact of TAKE 10! Activity Breaks Enhance Students’ Behavior Both teachers & students reported students were more able to concentrate on studies after TAKE 10! sessions. 1 Provides a "great teaching strategy" that help break up the monotony of class. 2,3 Enjoyment ratings for classroom-based lessons were higher for PAAC intervention students. 2,3 86% of teachers agreed or strongly agreed that PA breaks helped students refocus during long academic blocks. 4 1) Tsai PY, Boonpleng W, et.al. J Sch Nurs. 2009 Apr;25(2):163-72. Epub 2009 Feb 23. 2) Gibson CA, Smith BK, et. al. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2008 Jul 7;5:36. 3) Donnelly JE, Greene JL, et. al. Prev Med. 2009 Oct; 49(4):336-41. Epub 2009 Aug 6. 4) Lloyd LK, Cook CL et. al. TAHPERD Journal, Spring Issue 2005, 8-11.
Impact of TAKE 10! Breaks Enhance Teacher Classroom Management Increases student time on task. 1 Reduces disruptive behavior. 2 Addresses different learning styles. 2,3 Helps with behavior management, stopped the fidgeting, & made the students more alert / focused. 4,5 1) Tsai PY, Boonpleng W, et.al. J Sch Nurs. 2009 Apr;25(2):163-72. 2) Gibson CA, Smith BK, et. al. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2008 Jul 7;5:36. 3) Lloyd LK, Cook CL et. al. TAHPERD Journal, Spring Issue 2005, 8-11. 4) Murray N, et. al. PASS & CATCH with TAKE 10!. Presentation, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. October 29, 2008, San Diego CA. 5) Kibbe DL, et. al. Preventive Medicine. In Press, 2011.
Impact of TAKE 10! Classroom PA & Learning Linked Reading & math scores improve for poorly adapting students when they increase PA. 1 All students improve their math scores when they increase their PA. 2 Increased physical activity does not take away from classroom academic outcomes. 3 PAAC promotes daily PA & academic achievement in elementary school children. 4 1) Murray N, et. al. Amer Public Health Assn Conference, October 29, 2008, San Diego, CA. 2) Murray N, et. al. Amer College of Sports Medicine Meeting, May 30, 2008, Indianapolis IN. 3) Murray N, et. al., Coordinated School Health Programs and Academic Achievement: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Journal of School Health, 2007. 4) ) Donnelly JE, Greene JL, et. al. Prev Med. 2009 Oct; 49(4):336-41. Epub 2009 Aug 6.
What’s New in 2011? New General Health and Nutrition content focusing on –Energy balance –Concepts from the 2010 Dietary Guidelines A subset of TAKE 10! Materials in Spanish www.take10.net
ILSI Research Foundation Physical Activity & Nutrition (PAN) Program 1156 15 th Street NW, 2 nd Floor Washington DC 20005 S. Carter Phone: 202-659-0074, ext 166 D. Kibbe Phone: 770-456-0778 Email: email@example.com Web: www.take10.netwww.take10.net PAN/TAKE 10! Director: Debra Kibbe TAKE 10! Program Mgr: Stephanie Carter TAKE 10! ® Contact Information