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Webinars, Online Courses

PE Central Courses
Members of CTAHPERD can take advantage of 10% off any courses offered by PE Central. Topics include: Assessment in PE, Teaching Games for Understanding, Twitter for PE, Gamification, Yoga, STEM in PE and Health, PE for Preschool, and many more. Use this link – www.pecentral.org/CT and CTAHPERD at checkout to receive 10% off.

Join FCD Prevention Works – Free Webinar Series

Prevention in the Family:  An Online Q&A for Teen Health Promotion

An FCD Prevention Specialist will answer your questions about substance use prevention from a health perspective. Some topics we may cover during these live, online sessions include:

What is vaping, JUULing, etc.? How do I keep my kids away from it?

Should I address my own alcohol or other drug use as a young person with my children?

How can I initiate prevention conversations with my kids?

Is it okay to let my child drink occasionally?

What are the current trends in alcohol and other drug use among teens?

FCD Prevention invites you to share this invitation with any parents you think may benefit from these brief, information-packed sessions.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 8:00 – 8:30 pm EDT

NCCOR – National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research – Free Webinar

On May 23, 2019, 3:00 pm EDT, NCCOR is hosting a Connect & Explore webinar to discuss the findings in a recent publication from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service called “Linking USDA Nutrition Databases to IRI Household-Based and Store-Based Scanner Data.



GOPHER Sport Webinar

24-Hour Surveillance with FITstep™ Stream Pedometers

On May 22, 2019, 4:00 pm EDT, GOPHER Sport is hosting a free webinar.  “Monitoring student activity over a 24-hour time frame allows you to set life-impacting goals and outcomes for students. Learn more about the FITstep™ Stream Pedometers that capture and upload data with just the push of a button. Dr. Pangrazi and Maria Corte will also share best practices for monitoring students’ daily activity.”