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Peter Verdin Sep 17
Q4. We have talked about the barriers, now lets create some solutions...educating key stakeholders!
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Peter Verdin Sep 17
Woah! Welcome my wife to the chat! (she is out of town visiting our family in Georgia :) )
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Matt Eichel Sep 17
A5: I like the 'risk vs. hazard' lingo; as long as we teach students to understand the difference in different situations and places, success in risky play will follow
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Lynn Hefele May 28
Thanks to the family! Loved all the answers. I am smiling, inspired, humbled and forever grateful for you all!
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Randi Keith Aug 28
HELP! First year elementary teacher looking for some tips and tricks for my kinder and first graders. Any class management ideas out there? I would LOVE to hear them!
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Bo Phillips Aug 27
A4: IM trying to a mindful minute at the end of each class to reflect on the day. How did we do? How did we react to any difficulties? Successes? And we self assess ourselves each day as we exit. Im focusing on that this first month or so big time.
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Dennis Aug 29
First graders learning to problem solve using teamwork 🌟 💫 #
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Delanie May Tipton Sep 17
I want to participate in because I am interested to see what other PE teachers do!
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sara wood Sep 17
Replying to @MegaeraR @CoachVerdin
Love “risk vs hazard”. Opening my eyes
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Ryan Lucas Sep 2
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sara wood Sep 17
Replying to @CoachVerdin
A3 lack of risky equipment? I’m in a gym in midtown NYC. Risky, but in other ways lol I did add spooner boards last year and the kids love them. I do not limit how they use them, though I did want to at first
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MaplewoodPE May 14
A6 I feel like twitter has done nothing but improve our skills and given us great ideas to use and modify to work for us. It is a great way to let your community see the great things that are happening in our programs
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Peter Verdin Sep 17
A3. Fear. We fear the bad things that can happen to our kids. In a world where the media shows all the horrible things in the world, it is easy to let this fear take over...but statistically, kids are safer now more so than ever
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Matt Eichel Sep 17
A3: Parental permission, equipment that is not in the gym (rock wall would be awesome for risky play), budget
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Josh Panko Aug 27
A4 Thanks to lots of motivation from some great teachers on here I have added a Peace Path and a Calming Corner to our gym to foster social emotional learning
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Tara J. McCarthy Apr 30
A6 - here is a visual of LCs in PE
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Mallory Sep 3
Check out this kinder’s arm 💪🏼 Snagged 3 of these foot darts at Walmart on sale! I can see so many possibilities for them in my class.
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Amanda Rezny Aug 10
It's a Saturday morning before 8am and...I found a a quote I will be coming back to daily. It's my job to work hard to be a "facilitator of joy" in my school community. Thanks for the message!
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Peter Verdin Sep 11
Today we worked on jumping, landing, and balancing in movement class...in the woods. Catch me next week hosting talking about play (esp risky play) in schools and in
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Doug Hallberg Dec 4
Replying to @CapnPetesPE
A8 I think the key concept with large groups is to plan, plan and plan and then be ready to reflect reflect reflect and modify as needed....truly the same approach for any lesson
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