Empowering PE Teachers to Teach Literacy
Empowering PE Teachers to Teach Literacy

Empowering PE Teachers to Teach Literacy and Work With Intervention Groups Using Movement

Date recorded: Wednesday, June 21, 2017

A Model for Educators
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Are you being asked to incorporate more literacy activities in your physical education curriculum? Are you being asked to work with intervention math or reading groups? Come learn how kinesthetic teaching strategies can teach physical education skills and improve reading skills all at the same time! Learn several techniques for warm-ups, assessments, and activities that will work on PE skills, but also allow students to have intentional and vigorous reading practice! You will also gain valuable skills on how to be an effective intervention teacher using movement-based practices!

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will identify activities and strategies that use movement-based learning to develop and strengthen key literacy skills in and out of the PE setting.
  • Participants will select tools and activities to successfully lead literacy and math intervention groups using movement-based strategies.
  • Participants will recognize the importance of being a champion of movement-based learning in their school.

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