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Elementary [clear filter]
Monday, November 6
 

10:00am

Core Principles of Teaching Elementary Gymnastics/Tumbling Skill Progressions
Many teachers lack confidence, knowledge or are intimidated by teaching gymnastics/tumbling skills to young children. This session will focus on how to teach proper progressions for basic gymnastics skills (rolls, tripod, headstand, handstand, cartwheel, roundoff, etc.) and will also give insight into how I approach teaching my gymnastics unit.

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Monday November 6, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Main Gym RAC 108

2:00pm

30-3-30 Juggling Challenge
Learning to juggling helps children become better students and athletes. The 30-3-30 Juggling Challenge is easy for teachers to implement and has produced amazing results.

Speakers
avatar for Karl Steam

Karl Steam

Karl Steam
I'm an author and speaker that credits a lot of my success to having learned how to juggle. It teaches many skills, including patience and perseverance. My goal is to help others benefit from learning to juggle. The 30-3-30 Juggling Challenge is designed to accomplish this goal in... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
HEALTH SCIENCES 210

2:00pm

Action Team Games With Assessment from Gopher Sport
Check out Gopher's new and exciting ACYION Team Games.  If you are looking for all-inclusive non traditional activities to increase MVPA in your class, this is the session for you.  Learn a handul of new games with multiple variations all while assessing your activity levels

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Monday November 6, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
MPR RAC 133 Court 4 LCCC

2:00pm

Move Your Body Improve Your Brain
Become part of the cutting edge shift in education. Neuroscience has demonstrated that our brains are designed to acquire knowledge while moving. Be an advocate to empower your teachers to facilitate movement within their curriculum. Learn activities for both P.E. and classrooms that incorporate the why & how to promote brain development, class cohesion, academic support and FUN. Participants will be inspired to keep the brain in mind when creating lessons.

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avatar for mindfit

mindfit

Lizzy Ginger is an accomplished teacher with twenty-five years of teaching physical education including experience in diverse and international classroom environments. As an enthusiastic and personable education professional she inspires students to achieve health, academic and personal... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
MPR RAC 133 Court 1

3:00pm

Circuit Fitness with a Bounce
Circuit training continues to be a programming essential in physical education providing flexibility to work in small groups and consolidate equipment needs. This circuit rebounding class will take you through various ways you can incorporate a rebounder into your classroom. Session will include a fun Fitness Circuit, Tabata workout and lesson plan with video link for all participants.

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avatar for Pam Powers

Pam Powers

Owner, Physical Powers
Physical Powers, LLCEducational consultant · February 1, 2017 to present · Houston, Texas


Monday November 6, 2017 3:00pm - 3:50pm
MPR RAC 133 Court 4 LCCC

3:00pm

Kids Teaching Kids: Constructive Chaos
A synopsis of how one crazy teacher endeavored to lead his 5th grade students through research, web design, and teaching their peers (all with the help of a really great school librarian).

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avatar for Luke Robertson

Luke Robertson

 Luke Robertson graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2007 and has been teaching elementary physical education in Powell, Wyoming the past nine years. Luke and his wife, Anna, have two children, Briar (3 years old) and Bruin (almost 1 year old). In his spare time Luke enjoys... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Health Sciences 309 LCCC

4:00pm

Drums Alive
Cheyenne YMCA

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Monday November 6, 2017 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Aerobics Room
 
Tuesday, November 7
 

9:00am

Move Your Body, Improve Your Brain--Part II
Move Your Body Improve Your Brain (part 2)Join the fun even if you didn’t catch part one. Be part of the cutting edge shift in education. Research supports the relationship between movement and brain development. Come be the advocate to empower your teachers towards facilitating movement within their curriculum. Learn activities for both P.E. and classrooms that promote brain development, class cohesion, academic support & fun. Attendees will PRACTICE ideas and activities for presenting to their staff upon returning to their school.

Speakers
avatar for mindfit

mindfit

Lizzy Ginger is an accomplished teacher with twenty-five years of teaching physical education including experience in diverse and international classroom environments. As an enthusiastic and personable education professional she inspires students to achieve health, academic and personal... Read More →


Tuesday November 7, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Aerobics Room