Preparing for Safer PE Instruction During a Pandemic

Submitted by: Dustin Yakobuian As PE teachers, we are always keenly aware of safety precautions in our instruction.  From setting up our teaching space, thoughtfully considering which equipment to purchase/use, and the instructions and rules we create, we are responsible … Read More



6 Tips To Bring Out The Super Teacher In You

Being a teacher can be an isolating experience. Often, we do not get the opportunity to connect outside of the beginning of the school year meeting or during professional development courses taken on our own time. Thus, I feel compelled to … Read More


The Importance of Professional Development

As a younger teacher, I had a strong interest in professional development. Anything I could get my hands on to read, watch, or listen to was never enough. I would dig into different curriculum’s and books by any teacher who … Read More



The Best Mobile Apps to Use in Your PE Class

Nowadays it seems like a common response to most problems is, “There’s an App for That”. Technology has become an important part of our culture and saves us a ton of time each day. Since I got a TV installed in my … Read More




How to Host a Literacy Night for Physical Education

A Literacy Night is a great way to show how integrating literacy through physical activity is simple and can improve reading and writing abilities. You can work with classroom teachers, the PTO, and the community to put this event together. Here … Read More