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Winter Resources

NEW!!! EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

The Connecticut Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance would like to share short mini lessons, that exemplify the resilience and adaptability of our current teaching situation. This collection of teaching tips, mini lessons and COVID-19 best practices in Health and PE was generated from teachers across the state who were recognized for their creativity, hard work and excellence in teaching during these challenging times.  VIEW FILE HERE

Drop Everything and Move Calendars for 2021

DEAM Calendars for the first quarter of 2021 are now available. READ MORE

SHAPE AMERICA – TOY Talk Tuesdays

ToyTalk Tuesday is a biweekly series of interviews about topics in health and physical education from SHAPE America’s Teacher of the Year Partner Network. Each episode features tips and actionable resources from SHAPE America’s National and District Teachers of the Year. READ MORE

Impact Teen Drivers (ITD)

ITD’s mission is to stop the number one killer of teens in America–reckless and distracted driving. We would like to partner with Connecticut health educators. We believe our programs are a good fit with CTAHPERD’s mission to advocate for healthy lifestyles by providing leadership and professional development opportunities that increase knowledge and sound professional practices, particularly in public advocacy projects. We welcome you to learn more and preview our Connecticut teen safe driving resources. READ MORE

IDT Resource Guide – Resource Guide_CT_2021

How to Create a Randomizer Video for PE

Many physical educators (K-12) have been using randomizer videos to increase engagement and provide a little more fun in remote learning sessions. This blog (including a video) walks you through how to create a custom randomizer video for your students. READ MORE

Forum on Mental Health and Substance Abuse

The COVID-19 pandemic has created both short-term and long-term negative consequences for behavioral health outcomes. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Forum on Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders hosted a free public virtual workshop: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders in the Era of COVID-19: With a Special Focus on the Impact of the Pandemic on Communities of Color.

VIEW SESSIONS HERE

School Specialty

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted a lot of healthy habits, including exercise for children. Experts say now is the time to get kids moving. READ MORE

Every Move Counts: World Health Organization Guidelines on Physical Activity

The WHO Global action plan on physical activity 2018–2030: more active people for a healthier world, provides a framework of effective and feasible policy actions which can help support, retain and increase physical activity through cross-government and multi-sectoral partnerships across all settings, as a coordinated and comprehensive response. READ MORE