Virtual Learning – How To Guide for PE Teachers

By Charles Silberman As this course I teach called “Teaching PE and Health Remotely” has progressed, and hundreds of PE teachers from across the world have enrolled, I have seen some common themes come up. The issues come up when … 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



Noodle Transport Activity for Elementary PE

My name is Kyle Bragg and I teach at Anasazi Elementary School, Scottsdale, AZ. Creating meaningful, relevant lessons that students can apply in multiple settings is a trademark in my program. It is important to empower students and give them the … 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


Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Cone Activity for PE

My name is Mark Roucka and I am a PE teacher at Lincoln Junior High School in Naperville, IL. “Head, Shoulders, Knees, Cone” is an activity I have done numerous times with my classes and received a number of positive … Read More