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PE curriculum
Posted: Aug 05, 2018 3:36 PM
By: buddy

Hi, I am a new PE teacher and I need help getting started.  Where do I begin with lesson planning?  Does anyone have recommendations on a curriculum to follow? 

Thank you!


RE: PE curriculum
Posted: Aug 29, 2018 11:30 AM
By: Matthew Donaldson
Hi Buddy, Congratulations and welcome to best profession on earth. There are some great resources online that can help you get started and with lesson planning. I teach elementary and these are some of the websites I use The PE specialist- He has everything you need to know here, great resource- https://www.thepespecialist.com/ Gopher Blog- http://www.gophersport.com/blog/ Youtube Channels to follow- Kevin Tiller, Justin Cahill, Ben Pirillo, Mike Graham, PE Specialist If you are looking for more specific ideas you can email me directly Matt Donaldson-mdonaldson@ws.k12.ny.us Best of luck
RE: PE curriculum
Posted: Aug 30, 2018 2:28 PM
By: Mr Meister
There is a lot of free online resources that you can tap into. Here are a few that i would recommend. This is a link to Robert Pangrazi free curriculum, I haven't gotten into it too much, but it is pretty good. http://dynamicpeasap.com/ The next one is a link to a free curriculum. I took a couple of games there to use. https://openphysed.org/ I would also suggest making a twitter account and following a lot of physical educators on there. It is used more than this site and you can get a lot of help there. You can follow me at @MrMeister_PE I hope this helps!

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