These days, there seems to be a lot of talk about apps for Physical Education. Its totally understandable: mobile devices are bringing in a wide range of opportunities to help enhance both teaching and learning in the gym. During last week’s #pechat on the role of today’s physical educator, there was a lot of talk about how physical educators are responsible for promoting healthy, active lifestyles. I know that many of my students have a mobile device at home (be it their own or their parents’). They talk to me about the......
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