I was recently a guest on Ryan Ellis‘ podcast: The PE Umbrella. One of the questions Ryan asks his guests is “what would a typical class look like in your physical education program?” Here’s (part of) my answer to that question: Blog post on this is ready to go. #SHAPEBoston.https://t.co/By0j9nI1eF pic.twitter.com/NOyvRPc6b2 — ThePhysicalEducator (@phys_educator) March 12, 2017 Reflection is a huge part of the way I teach physical education. I’m constantly trying to help my students to think about their learning and progress in class. Now, I know some people might think......
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